First, let me show you what was made in step 2.
Note #1 - The first part of step 3 is to cut setting triangles from squares. At first I was confused because the side setting triangles were smaller than the corner setting triangles. However, the side setting triangles are added to a block which makes
them into bigger triangles.
Note #2 - Block number one is created using two sections you have already made with the addition of some background rectangles.
There is a wrong way to put them together. Ask me how I know.....
Note #3 - Block number two is created using two sections you have already made with the addition of some main print squares. I really like this block.
The next step is to sew your blocks and setting triangles together into the quilt top. You can stop there, or you can add a border if desired. I'm not going to show the finished quilt to preserve the mystery. Hope to see lots of finished quilts at the September meeting!
As promised in my first post, here's the link to Debbie Caffrey's Free Cat's Meow Mystery Quilt from her website Debbie's Creative Moments.
The Cat's Meow Mystery Quilt - Step 1
The Cat's Meow Mystery Quilt - Step 2
The Cat's Meow Mystery Quilt - Step 3