The tutorial for this quilt is from Missouri Star Quilt Company. I've embedded it below. If the video won't play for you, you can find it on Missouri Star Quilt Company YouTube Channel.
I only used 20 squares from my layer cake to make a smaller version, about 46" by 56". This is a good size for a quilt for my Quilts for Oncology project.
I enjoyed making this but hope the bias edges don't cause problems when it comes to the quilting. A border would contain the bias edges, but I don't want it to be any bigger than it already is. I stay-stitched around the outside edge instead. It will never hang on the wall, except on my design wall.
It would be easy to make without bias edges by using 7" squares and a more traditional method to make the HST units instead of the 10" squares and the fast method described in the video to make the HST units. I have tried this but I used 4" squares to make my HST units. These made a really small block. So small that the corner triangles will be lost in the seam allowance.
Despite the bias edges, I really like this quilt and will probably make another. I still have the other half of the layer cake left!