Placement of the square and stitch line on the diagonal are key to getting a square in a square that comes out the correct size.
Oh, this is my favorite tip here, skip the drawing lines and use this tape instead. It will speed up the process for you.
A square in a square and an economy block are not the same thing. A square in a square is a single square inside a square. An economy block is a square in a square in a square. Lol. This is a distinction that I haven’t known long, but felt the need to share. 🙂
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