Let’s get this all put together, shall we?
To make this quilt, you should have the following:
Unit H – 42 Units
Unit G – 36 units
Unit F – 14 units remaining
Unit A – 49 units
Unit D – 6 remaining
Unit C – 98 remaining
You will need 49 Unit A blocks and 98 Unit C blocks.
Stitch a Unit C (flying geese) block to either side of Unit A.
Repeat this to make a total of 49 blocks. This will be known as Unit I.
You will need 42 Unit H blocks and 42 of the newly made Unit I blocks.
Stitch a Unit H block to a Unit I block:
Repeat to make seven rows of six blocks as shown below:
Stitch the final Unit I block to the end of these rows.
Stitch the last remaining Unit F to either side of the rows, following pattern placement.
Repeat this step to make a total of seven rows.
Stitch the Unit G blocks into six rows (six Unit G blocks in each row)
Stitch the remaining Unit D blocks to the end of each row following pattern as shown:
You should now have Seven of Row A:
and six of Row B:
Now all you need to do is sew the rows together, and we do this by sewing a row A to a row B, to another row A and so forth until all our rows are used up.
And here is your finished quilt:
I’m hoping so much that you like it! Feel free to add a border if you wish, but I kinda like it just the way it is. I’d love to see any photos you have if you’d like to send them my way. My address is email@example.com
Thanks so much, once again!