Yellow Brick Road produces three different blocks, all made from either 61/2" strips or 31/2" strips cut from fat quarters. The best thing is that you can twist and turn the blocks so that you don't have to match any seams except for the block seams.
After I made these, I had a lot of strips left over, so I pulled some more fabric and made another set. The yellow fabric is a gardening theme, with tools like shovels and trowels. This one may become a Wheelchair quilt. The Capital Quilters Guild provides lap quilts for Senior Citizens in rest homes, and one of my groups (CyberBee) is coordinating that project this year.
I have made quite a few Yellow Brick Road quilts, and they all look different when finished. Here are a few of them.
Hunting Season: browns, greens, deer fabric
Hunting Season 2: browns, golds, greens, wildlife and mountain foliage
Summer Treasures: much like the one on the pattern, with addition of green fabrics. I used hummingbird and dragonfly prints
Cat Napping: lavenders, blues, yellows, with cat fabrics
Carolina Lily: reds, greens, pinks, with orphan blocks and a center medallion
I really like this pattern!