“Yes. The beauty of this design is you could actually achieve this by using jelly roll of 2.5” strips to make the butterfly components, the border and the binding. I then used extra fabric for backing and background (Wiltshire Shadow Oyster).
My attention to detail got the better of me with this project and I fussy cut the Strawberry Thief Blossom
borders from the fat quarter you provided. The quilters rule of ‘measure twice cut once’ certainly applied as I had to ensure I cut the right section first. The top and bottom borders are cut across WOF, (width of fabric, selvedge to selvedge) and the left and right borders are cut on the grain, length of fabric. I always sketch on square paper to double check my maths! I would say this pattern is suitable for a confident beginner / intermediate sewer.”