The design calls for topstitching a five inch square in the middle of a ten inch square, then cuttting the 10 inch square into four five inch squares. Rearrange the squares and sew them all back together in a pleasing pattern.
A freiend of mine has a fabric cutting machine that is awesome to play with. He brought it over and for the next few weeks, I cut all of my stash of extra fabric into ten inch blocks and five inch blocks.
I decided that I am going to make a king size quilt for our bed. It will require 144 blocks of the ten inch variety..but with blocking them down, etc, they will be 9 inch blocks. Since I had so many colors, I stewed over the combinations and have decided to work with the color wheel. I am including sections that each primary and secondary color will have a focus on the blanket and that I will use black in the center.
As I finish more sections, I will include pics...but for now..I will show pics of the inspiration..and the pamphlet that gives basic instructions.