4 fat quarters (2 for the front squares, 1 for the backing, and 1 for the binding)
Quilt batting (12.5"x24.5")
Step 1: Pick two of your fat quarters for the front. Cut four 6.5"x6.5" squares from each.
Iron them in half hotdog style with the right sides facing out.
Place them along the bottom edge on the same fabric squares from step 1 so that the raw edges meet up with the edge of the square.
Sew in place 1/8" from the edge on each side.
After you sew your pairs together, iron the seams down.
Fold the long strip in half lengthwise and iron.
Cut the leftover piece to be 12.5" as well and then sew it to the big piece.
Iron the seam to one side and cut the rectangle so it measures 12.5"x24.5". Also, cut your quilt batting to be 12.5"x24.5" as well.
Pin it in place all around the sides and in the middle as well to keep the layers from shifting.
Stitch in the ditch between the squares on the top.
I also sewed around the outside edge with a 1/8" seam to hold the edges together.
Sew them together, iron the seam and trim so that the strip measures 12.5" long.
Turn the strip wrong side up and turn the short side under 1/4" and then 1/4" again and sew it in place.
Repeat on the other short end.
Fold it in half hotdog style with the right sides facing out.
Sew 1/8" along the top to hold it in place.
Step 8: Using your favorite method, bind your wall hanging with our binding strip from step 4. Here is a good tutorial if you're unfamiliar with binding.
Attach a ribbon and dowel if you want, add pictures and hang it up!