To chain piece, I like to put a little note on my top piece A and my bottom piece B, just so I don’t get confused. Start as above but sew all of the strip B pieces to the side of all of the square A pieces, feeding them through your machine one after the other, without breaking the thread. After sewing, I stack them all up, keeping them connected with the thread. For the side C pieces, I start with the bottom piece A on top (this will make sense one you begin to sew.) Be sure to flip you stack of C pieces upside down, so you’re sewing the proper C piece to piece A. Sew all of the blocks. Keeping the blocks in order, snip apart and press. Now you’re ready to add pieces F and G to the top and bottom in the same manor. Sew all of the F pieces to the top. Sew all of the G pieces to the bottom.. If you have all of the same fabric surrounding piece A, you know you’re doing it right! Press and trim unit to 6” square. Continue with the next round of fabrics as above. When you’re done, you’re done! 42 8” blocks completed.