The lavender gingham sashing is 8 inches by 2 inches (again cut 9 by 3). Cut 49 of those.
Lavender terrier corner blocks were 2 by 2 (cut 3 by 3). Cut 30 blocks.
Then I had a border of 2 inch wide strips of each of the gingham and lavender terrier fabrics. Umm, you'll have to figure out the math of how much fabric for that.
And then you'll need about 2 yards for the back of the quilt. I would suggest choosing flannel because it's so cozy.
You don't have to applique, of course. My sushi/dim sum quilt is just fabric blocks that I'm piecing together. Because I'm alternating the printed fabrics with a neutral color, the sushi and dim sum prints stand out more. Plus, I didn't have very much of the sushi and dim sum prints left so I had to get creative.
For more ideas on how you can get creative by using simple blocks or strips, I really love the use of color in Yarnstorm's quilts.There are so many possible designs really. This apple tree block was initially inspired by the little blue apple buttons.