Because it's the weekend I thought some of you would be ready to sew. (if you haven't started already)
You can either lay your cut pieces out in blocks or just start sewing the square in a square and match them up later with your 2" print.
Using your 1 1/2" squares prints (5 per block) and the triangles you cut from the background make a square in a square block. These are pretty small and there wasn't any reason to line up the centers like we might do if it were a larger block. Sew the triangles on the opposite sides first.
Press out toward the background. Then sew the other two sides. Don't press yet.
Make sure you trim those little legs off first!! Then press to the background fabric.
Line up your ruler with 1" in the center both ways and trim the block.........
As you can see in the photo for the half blocks it isn't necessary to attach all 4 sides. Once I got on a roll I kept going. Adding 3 sides or 4 sides to the half blocks is up to you. You'll need 8 of the pieced patches for the half blocks.
I have to say I found this part to be rather tedious. I think this would make a wonderful little leader/ender project while sewing something else. I'm sure you'll notice as we move along several of my center squares are really wonky. I was using antique fabric that was fairly thin and difficult to sew with.Have fun!!! And eat a few strawberries while you're at it.