This is where I left off at part 3. I've seen several blocks put together on blogs! What fun!!
Sew the light side on your 4 patch, then the dark strip with the red square. Press toward your strip.
Keep building, making sure your dark strips are all on the same side.
And your light strips are all on the same side.
Ta-Da! Your block should measure 5".
You can have some fun with a few different layouts. I am partial to this setting, but this is your quilt, so do what you like. My blocks are laid out 4x5. I always sew my quilt together in sections. The above photos shows how I did it on this one.
You decide what you want to do as far as a border.
If you want to do as I did and copy the original, I first measured the center and two sides of my quilt top to get the length size. I cut two strips that were 2 1/2" wide and attached. Your top is now complete!! Woo-hoo!! In a couple of days I'll tell you what I did as far as quilting and finishing. This is where one of my errors comes into play... Gee, the minute I think I know what I'm doing then something happens and I realize I'm always learning!!