This is my second QAYG quilt and you can read more about the first one at the links below.
For this quilt my next step is to trim the blocks to the same size and start cutting the front and back sashing and then the binding.
Links to my first QAYG quilt in 2010:
I'm definitely sold on the QAYG method because it makes it possible for people to make an entire quilt at home on a basic machine, so this book sounds interesting. Both of my QAYG quilts are made with Log Cabin blocks, which is a block that makes a lot of sense for this type of QAYG with sashing, but it would be nice to have a few other go to blocks for this type of quilting.