You will need 24 indigo squares cut 2.5 inches each Use 16 of them with 16 background squares to make 8 four patches . In addition you will also combine 6 indigo squares together to make 3 two patches. The remaining squares will combine with purple squares from earlier. The Indigo blocks will make a "W" over the three indigo sampler blocks which form the second row of our quilt.
This is how things are looking so far, though the pink and yellow blocks forming the bottom row seem to have gotten cut off. Row 2 and 3 are complete. It is starting to look like a quilt, isn't it?