There are two different quilts in Class 130...actually, they aren't really different, but the way that you do them is different.
In the first one, Harriet's Woodland Winter Quilt, you cut the squares to match the Rail Fence blocks. In the second one, Carrie's Cowboy Corral Quilt, you cut the squares and then figure out how big you need to make the Rail Fence blocks.
I don't have a lot of focus fabric that I can fussy cut, so I'm vacillating on whether to actually do the quilt.
I did find some fabric that I could use, but I only have a fat quarter with nine useable fussy cut squares.
I figured that I would have to cut my strips 1 7/8" to make a Rail Fence block to fit around this block, but with only nine of them, I can't make a section of the quilt. I could only use five of them.
That would make a really small quilt, but I think that would be okay with me. I don't really need to do the same quilt again. I think the point of the exercise is to figure out how to size the Rail Fence blocks.
I could make it into a small table topper.
I think that's what I'll do.