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THE CUSHION COVERS.





(Patchwork Puzzles)
The above represents a square of brocade. A lady wishes to cut it in
four pieces so that two pieces will form one perfectly square cushion
top, and the remaining two pieces another square cushion top. How is she
to do it? Of course, she can only cut along the lines that divide the
twenty-five squares, and the pattern must "match" properly without any
irregularity whatever in the design of the material. There is only one
way of doing it. Can you find it?


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