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(For clarity the diagram also shows the lines that are apart from the diagonals by only one thirtieth the height.) On the flag-pole side fill red the diagonally orientated area of width one fifteenth the height that lies below the diagonals, and on the non-flag-pole side, the diagonally orientated area of width one fifteenth the height that lies above the diagonals.Finally, fill blue everywhere that is both more than one tenth the height away from the diagonals, and more than one fifteenth the height away from the red of the cross of St George.The cross of St Andrew is interchanged with that of St Patrick.
(Thanks for drawing my attention to the colours goes to Graham Bartram, who maintains a site with excellent images of UK flags at The Union Jack is often drawn incorrectly.Another error, seen more frequently, is the hanging of the Union Jack upside down, of which there are examples in Upside-Down Union Jacks. The cross of St George is red, and has width equal to one fifth the flag’s height, and a white border of width one fifteenth the height. Wiseman Contents: The Union Jack in Post Script, Description of correct construction, A frequently seen error, Areas of the various parts of the flag, Variations on the 2:1 ratio, Union Jack or Union Flag? The next diagram shows the correct construction: The flag is twice as wide as it is high.
The ellipse on the right shows a typical error, in which (wrongly) the cross of St Patrick abuts at a right-angle to the white edge of the cross of St George.In the 2:1 version of the flag (which is what you want unless you really know otherwise) the four red parts of the cross of St Patrick should always be quadrilaterals.