You will need:
8 coordinating fabrics in the following sizes:
1 yard of the back of the quilt fabric
1/4 yard each of the 6 stripe fabrics
1/4 yard binding fabric
1 yard muslin
1 yard batting (or a 35X35 inch piece)
cut your binding fabrics
3 pieces of: 2 inches X the length of the fabric (cut one more piece if you arent putting inserts: see quilt below to see insert)
2 pieces of 2 X 9 (for the inserts if you want to do them)
Main fabric, Muslin & Batting
35X35 of each.
(it is easiest for me to lay out one of my fabrics on the batting and cut around it to make sure it is the right size)
layer your main fabric on the bottom, then your batting, then your muslin and try to smooth out all the wrinkles
lay out all your stripes. If you still have a little fold line left over after ironing, it will help you line them up. just eyeball the distance between each one. Make sure to leave a little extra room at the top and bottom because your binding will take an inch of the white space.
Now you can sew your stripes leaving a quarter inch seam allowance. NOTE: I was advised to buy a "walking foot" to make this quilt. It did help...but I believe you may make this quilt with your normal foot as long as your batting isnt really really thick.
cut your binding into the right size. 2 inches X 37 inches on all 4 sides
(if using the inserts, cut 37 inches on 2 of your strips. Then use the left over 7 inches and sew it to the inserts, and then cut the last strip in half and sew those pieces to the other side of the insert. You should have enough to make 4-37" long pieces.
Pin your binding around the quilt by folding it around the quilt.
If you use the inserts, you can decide where to put those ones. I have done it so that the inserts are along the stripe sides and one is high on one side and low on the other side.
FOR THE CORNERS: every strip that you pin down should go under on one end and over at the other end. Where it goes under the binding, you can sew it straight down, where it goes over the following binding, fold the raw edge under. I hope you are not too confused...look at the quilt corners to understand.
Now, go wash your quilt normally in the wash and then dry. Then trim all of the millions of long strings.