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Hi group!

I am fairly new at quilting and my mother tongue is french. I just bought the "Charm Sampler" kit from CT and I have trouble understanding how to cut my fabric!!!! Here is the sentence: CS-Select one and square up to 4-1/2"; select three and cut in quarters, for a total of twelve, 2-1/2" squares; ...
CS = Charm square. If I understand properly, I need to cut three CS in four, so I get twelve squares measuring 2-1/2 inches each?

Thanks a lot for your help!

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Well, I don't know for sure either so am looking forward for more comments on this one. I am not good in math but would think that a charm square is 5 inches, that would be correct in getting twelve 2 1/2 inch squares out of 3 five inch charm squares. I would probably need to read the whole pattern to really understand what it is doing. Anybody else?
I would agree with Marla. One square you will trim to 4 1/2 inches and the 3 squares you will cut into quaters 2 1/2 inches square for a total of 12-2 1/2 inch sqaures.
Thank you ladies!

I will try it out and let you know if it turns out nice or not.


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