With one of the fabrics, cut two 6" squares. This will be the chick's body! With another color fabric, cut a 2" by 3" rectangle, and fold it in half width-wise - this is for the chick's crown. For the beak, with another color fabric, cut two isosceles triangles ("isosceles" = two sides equal length, one side longer), with the two equal sides measuring about 3", and the longer side measuring 4 1/2". For the tail, use all three of the fabrics: with one, cut a large isosceles triangle, about 8 1/2" the long side by 6 1/2" the other two sides, another triangle of 6 1/2" the long side and 4 1/2" the opposite sides, and lastly, a smaller triangle of 4 1/2" the long side by 3" for the opposite sides (just like the beak triangles). It's really easy to cut the triangles if you fold the fabric in half along the middle, measure it from the center, and then cut from there!