Cut a square from paper just over 1 inch square. Use this as a template to cut 6 squares from each fabric.
Line them all up (I just sewed the first line there to make sure my square was the right size).
Move the fabric squares around until they are in a pattern that you like.
Sew each row together. The seam allowance is the width of the side of the sewing machine foot there. It just makes it easy.
Make sure you keep your rows in order as you sew them (this will save time and confusion later, lol!).
Trim each little seam as close as you dare!
Flatten the seams all in the same direction. If you pull the end square it helps to flatten it out nicely.
Then sew the rows together. Try and get the squares to match up as best you can.
Trim the seams and iron all in the same direction.
Find a fabric to create a frame for the quilt. Cut four strips about an inch wide. The two for the sides should be the length of the quilt. Make sure you cut the top and bottom ones long enough to go across the ends of the side strips.
Sew the side strips on first, then the top and bottom ones.
Place the quilt top on your backing fabric and cut a piece the same size.
Stitch all around the edges leaving a gap at the bottom for turning inside out. Trim the seams.
Turn the quilt inside out. Cut a piece of something soft to fill the quilt with. The stuff I have used here is just cotton wool that comes in a roll, it's very soft. Hand sew the opening closed.