It's different from the other strata block in look and construction. The recipe is:
Gather strips of any width but at least 15" long, and arrange them in one block of dark
Using the 15" square template, I cut out a perfect square from each strata.
Place them RST, one strip set going vertically, one going horizontally.
Sew all around the outsides with a quarter inch seam.
Cut on the diagonal both ways, being careful to keep the square, square. When you open up the sections you get this
Be careful in the arrangement before sewing the segments back together. You can get lines going through the block, making the whole block really dynamic, or you can mess it up here.
I like the size and impact of the different colors as the months go by.
linking to parties of others working with scraps, including http://quiltingismorefunthanhousework.blogspot.com/