After sewing the strips together in five different patterns then you cut them again into 2.5" strips and then sew them together into squares and put them together to make this finished product.
The original pattern in the book called for 1.5" strips which would have made 1" finished squares but since she had the 2.5" strip cutter we decided that a 2" finished square would be much easier to put together, iron, and quilt. I should also mention that all of the fabric used (except for the backing) were scraps from previous projects. Mostly from mom's scrap bin. So if you are wondering if it is useful to save those scraps from your projects here is a perfect example of what you can do with them!
This is a picture of the quilt wrapped around my boys twin bed. The final measurement was 89"x89" and it would probably better fit a full sized bed.