I thought I would write up a quick post detailing the blocks I used to make Levi's quilt. Mostly for my own benefit since my trusty little notebook is always getting scribbled on by the kids. Try not to be blown away by the professionalism. I used two block sizes, 12.5" and 6.5" unfinished which are pretty standard dimensions.
I used the no-waste method for my flying geese. You can find several tutorials for it with a friendly Google search, but the one I used is here. These are the requirements for a scrappy star using three different prints within the block. If you wanted the star to be all one print, use the same one for B and C.
Fabric A: (1) 4.25” square for the flying geese
(4) 2” squares for the block corners
Fabric B: (4) 2 3/8” squares for the flying geese
Fabric C: (1) 3.5” square for the star center
Fabric A: (1) 7.25” square for the flying geese
(4) 3.5” squares for the block corners
Fabric B: (4) 3 7/8” squares for the flying geese
Fabric C: (1) 6.5” square for the star center
So there you go. Make sense?