Each square equals 2 inches, so the finished quilt will be about 68 x 70 inches. The white spaces mark where there's a flying geese block, for color transition.
Speaking of Flying Geese, I've never made them before so I went looking for a great tutorial. The first one I found was good, not great; the math wasn't perfect. The second one, and the one I highly recommend, is outstanding. (I tried both tutes, to be sure.) You make four perfect Flying Geese at a time, and they turn out perfect! Great math, and no truing up needed. This is the tutorial: Flying Geese - No Waste Method. Be sure to pin it for future reference. Melissa Corey of Happy Quilting, wrote the great tute.
First I needed to figure out my block sizes, then how many of each size in each color. I ordered 1/2 yard of each gray and yellow color, there was no room for error cutting any of the pieces. Below are my Flying Geese, all stacked up. I chain stitched all the units, for each step, a real time saver.
Then I was ready to cut all the different color strips. As you can see from the top photo, I counted squares, multiplied by 2 and adder 1/2 for my seam allowance.
May your bobbins always be full,