Here is my fabric choice:
The greenish yellow is my background "tan" replacement.
The tonal blue is the small 9 patch chain blocks (Block A)
Making Block A
2. Make 2 different strip sets to assemble modified 9 patch
Next step was step 9: "Now add the solid squares to the Chain blocks". Well... interesting that we don't get any info about those. Usually we get specific instructions :)
Of course, I can see that there are 4 in the example Block A.
And, I count 12 blocks in the quilt, thus I need 48.
Ok. What size? Hmm.. My other blocks measure out to 3 1/2, so I must need them to be that same size...
How many strips is that? 48x3.5=168"/42" length =4 strips.
How about I lay them out now in piles as shown in the example:
And, now I'm ready to sew together my Block A's!
I think they were just trying to trick me into doing some of the calculating myself, getting me ready?
Next step is to sew Block A's
Stay tuned for Block B