This DIY is great for those who want to try patchwork for te first time. The size of the quilt is 97 x 157 cm
Cut squares, I had 8x8 cm without seam allowance (allowance should be + 6-7 mm).
Lay them out by colour/pattern.
I love this stage, one can already see the future quilt.
Sew the squares into blocks.
The blocks are joined with strips (width up to you).
Cut out cross strips.
And stitch all.
Cut out a lining, mind it should have some edging for the quilt.
Fix with paper tape.
Put filler (with allowances) and the patchwork top over.
Pin all the layers.
Stitch right into the seam (be patient).
Stitch from the inside:
Cut off extra lining and filler.
Cut the angles over the filler at 1 cm at 45°.
Join two corners which you get, mark where the top of the ready corner will be.
Stitch from the inside, iron the seam into two sides. If the corner interferes somehow after turning, it can be cut a little obliquely, but not very close to the stitch.
Stitch around the perimeter with zig-zag.
And the ready quilt! :)