All right, here we go with block B. This block is comprised of 3 concentric squares. I used three fabrics in this sample block, and I'm calling them "inner, middle, and outer" here. You could make this block with two fabrics if you want--one for both inner and outer squares and a contrasting fabric for the middle square. Maybe I'll try that on another block soon.
Let's get started!
Step 1: Cut a 2.5" square from your inner fabric. Cut two 2.5" squares from your middle fabric.
Step 2: Sew the middle squares to two sides of the inner square. Press.
Step 3: Cut two 2.5"x6.5" strips from your middle fabric.
Step 4: Sew these strips to the top and bottom of the block. Press.
Step 5: From the outer fabric, cut two strips 2.5"x6.5". I used fabric with a directional print again so I had to pay attention to which way I cut my strips here.
Step 6: Sew the 6.5" strips to the sides of the block. Press.
Step 7: From the outer fabric, cut two strips 2.5"x10.5". I cut these strips so the directional print is going the same way as the side strips.
Step 8: Sew the 10.5" strips to the top and bottom of the block. Press.
p.s. If you're wondering, I still don't have the right name for this quilt pattern. I'm thinking about it and it will come to me eventually!