This is my daughter's quilt.
This one belongs to one of my nieces. (I can't find a picture of the third quilt.)
There was still lots of fabric left so last year, I made a flannel vortex quilt, which I gave to a friend who was going through treatments for breast cancer. She found it quite cozy while resting after her hospital visits.
I had lots of small pieces as well as strips which I cut up into smaller pieces. According to Amanda Jean at Crazy Mom Quilts, you just take two pieces and sew them together and then keep doing this over and over again.
Press each twosie and then sew the twosies together to make bigger pieces. This is a long process and involves lots of pressing and trimming and sewing and then more pressing, trimming and sewing.