The instructions, found at Bonnie Hunter's Quiltville site are very clear, but I had trouble visualising the steps. Fortunately, Michelle demonstrated the technique at a local meeting, and I then understood.
I used two "Glamping" jelly rolls for this quilt, and it will be used on my daughter's bed.
For the binding, I used leftover pieces from the jelly roll strips, which each measure about 10 inches.
I quilted it mostly with straight lines, although there is a section through the middle where there are 5 wavy lines. This was an experiment - but my free motion skills are not great, and thread breaking issues meant I was happy to revert to just straight lines using the walking foot. This quilt measures about 60 inches square, and this really is about the limit in size that I can quilt on my machine.
In other good news, this quilt finish means my stash is now 6 metres thinner.... but unfortunately I neutralised that with some lovely fabric from Addicted to Fabric's sale. Oops!