|6. For my square, I chose a little puff of fiberfill just big enough to puff out the square, but not to actually "stuff" it full.|
|....by pinning the open ends of two squares,|
|11. Sew the rows together the same way you sewed the sets together, by putting the right sides together, and matching up the seams by pinning them. Remember to remove the pins as you come to them while you're sewing.|
12. Here is the top after all the rows are sewn together. You're almost finished now! Notice that I did do a little planning of where colors went. I did this by laying out my squares before I even started sewing them and decided on where I wanted each color. Of course, you can make it scrappier by just not worrying about that.
Next time I'll show you how to put a back on your quilt top and finish it up.