Several people have asked for details about the Churn Dash Chains quilt, and since it's fairly simple, I thought I'd share it here.
First, gather all your 1-3/4" bonus HSTs you've been saving! One side should be WOW or a consistant background color you like. The rest of the colors should be as varied as possible if you're going scrappy.
Next, cut 1-3/4" square of the background.
Now put your little parts together to make a churn dash block:
Your unfinished churn dash size should measure about 4-1/4" (finished size 3-3/4")
Your nine patch blocks will consist of 5 churn dash, and 4 background squares. You will make 7 of those. They should measure 11-3/4" unfinished size.
Your border blocks will consist of 3 churn dash, 1 background square, and one background rectangle that is cut at 4-1/4" x 11-3/4" You will make 10 of those.
Cut 18 background squares measuring 11-3/4" x 11-3/4", and assemble as shown below: