Missouri Star Quilt Company. You will probably want to watch their video, but I'm going to set out the steps for how to make it here, just in case I want to remind myself of it again without video!
1) Set out your fabrics (mine are 5" charm squares and 2 1/2" strips of sashing. Bear in mind the five charms that make the cross shape will be chopped up, so if you want to retain a particular motif whole make sure that it goes into one of the corner squares.
Sew the quarters together.
Obviously, you might want to make a quilt with more blocks than this, but as I was making just one to see what it was like, I turned it into a baby quilt with a couple of borders.
The block itself comes out as 17" square (I think!). I added three borders (white, batik with cornerstones, white) each cut 2 1/2" wide, so I have a finished baby quilt of about 29" square.
It's really cheerful! It makes me happy to be sewing!
I used the shapes from pilofabrics raw edge applique tutorial, added fusible and fabric, and then outline stitched them. A fast and easy way to add a little decoration!
This is the view that I usually have of it, looking up at it.
Hope that you can find things to make you cheerful too!