Sorry for the delay! I've got two blocks for you for March: Double T and Spinning Stars.
Let's start with Double T
(1) 5" square of color 1
(1) 5" square of color 2
(2) 5" squares of background
(1) 4.5" square background for center
(8) 2.5" squares of color 1
(8) 2.5" squares of color 2
(8) 4.5" x 2.5" rectangles of background
Make half square triangles with the red/white and green/white 5" squares. Trim to 4.5" square. Set aside.
Make flying geese. There are
Make 8 flying geese units. Sew the flying geese together in pairs. When sewing the geese pay attention to the top X where the seams come together. Sew right on or just to the right of the X. You don't want to cut off any points!
Once your geese are sewn in pairs, lay out your blocks and sew together in rows, just like in previous blocks! You're finished!
Next block: Spinning Stars (super easy!)
(4) 6.5" blocks assorted colors for background
(2) rectangles 7" x 4" for star points (note: I used kona white for my stars. If you're using a print, or a fabric that has a definite right and wrong side, you'll need to double this fabric.)
Cut background (white) in half on the diagonal.
Place cut triangle on top of background fabric.
Do a test flip, to make sure the triangle will cover the background fabric when sewn.
Sew a quarter inch seam, following the cut edge of the white fabric. Trim out background fabric, press, square to 6.5". Repeat for remaining 3 pieces of background (green) fabric. Arrange 4 blocks so that the star "spins". Sew together in and rows. That's it ~ easy peasy!