Let me start by saying I have never made a quilt like this. I mean, I have tied quilts, lots and lots of flannel quilts, but i have never pieced anything together to actually call it a quilt. By no means am I a real quilter, but I think I did pretty well. I started with this:
I began by cutting fabric in certain sizes and putting it in ziplpoc bags labeled 5", 6", 7", 8", 9", 10", and 13". I randomly chose those sizes, who knows what happened to 11 or 12"! I cut the fabric that dimension by whatever I felt like to make rectangles and squares.
Then I layed out each row and sewed the small pieces together to get a horizontal row. Then I just sewed together each row and ended up with the top of my quilt.
I used thin batting and a queen sheet as my backing. I pinned the batting and backing onto the quilt top and sewed on the seams of each row.