Step 4: Place the paper pattern (reversed if you choose) over a light source. You can use a light box, a window or a split table with a piece of glass and a lamp. Place fabric 2 over section 2. Be sure the fabric is large enough to allow for a 1/4" seam allowance all around. Trace section 2 onto the wrong side of your fabric. Set aside.
Step 5: Place fabric 3 right side down over the paper pattern. Imagine seam allowances on section 3. Be sure that the fabric is large enough to completely cover the patch plus seam allowances. Pin to the paper pattern so that the fabric doesn't move. Do not draw any lines on fabric 3 at this time.
Step 6: Place the prepared fabric 2 right side down over the section 3 fabric in it's proper location. That is, the right side of fabric 2 will be on top of the wrong side of fabric 3 and it will be above section 2 of the pattern. Pin fabric 2 to fabric 3. Remove the pins securing fabric 3 to the paper.
Step 7: Back baste along the curved line that you drew on fabric 2 between section 2 and section 3 . Your piece should look like the sample in Figure 1