Or like this one (which will form brown stars and blue squares).
Now I just have to decide if I want the stars to be brown or blue. I made enough sashing to complete four blocks and laid it out on the design wall so that the blues formed a square and the browns formed stars.
Then I switched it all around to see if I liked it better with blue stars and brown squares.
I had pretty much decided on brown stars until I looked at the pics. Now I'm thinking blue stars. This pattern is going to produce over three hundred new 2.5" Half Square Triangles because I'm a fan of double-sewing my sew n' flip corners to create bonus HSTs. I've learned my lesson about tossing them into a bag or box for future trimming though, after finding the box with over 1,000 HSTs during my stash reorganization. I originally blogged about those here. (I'm still trimming those little suckers up in batches of 30 a day and may finally be done in another couple of weeks.) As I make the sashing for my Sunny Lanes blocks, I will be trimming the bonus HSTs as I go.
I cut all the strips and squares today and will start drawing sewing lines on the remainder of the brown and blue squares while watching television. A double bed sized quilt will only use half of the 4 and 16 patches in my stash, and I have a few more patterns I've found that I'm looking forward to making with the remainder. After all the low-key brown and blue, I may go wild and bright in the next one.