For this project I used:
12 1/3 yard cuts to make my half square triangle
1/2 yard for the inner border
7/8 yard for the outer border
Once I pressed all my fabrics I cut 108 5" squares. I then mixed up my fabrics and placed them right sides together marked them, sewed them and cut them to make the half square triangle.
I love this little tool. It's called a Quick Quarter. You place it on your square like so, and then draw on each side. Sew on those line and then cut your triangles apart and you have a half square triangle.
Once you get them all sewn then you just place your ruler 1/4" line on the stitched line and cut down the center and you will have a perfect 1/4" seam allowance.
Then just press open! Then I squared up my units to 4 1/2" blocks and randomly sewed them together. It was really random, but if you're not comfortable with that you can use a design wall and lay them out.
Once I sewed my strips together I then began to put the quilt together.
Then I added a cut 3" border and a cut 5" border and I was done!
Come in to the shop and check it out and make one of your own! Happy stitching and may your bobbin always be full!