BUT the fabric is no longer available to buy. Luckily, I found exactly what I needed for sale on Etsy (shoutout MixFabrics) for a reasonable price and it came in adorable packaging! win/win/win
Step one was to create the alphabet patterns and cut them out. If you want to use the font I used here is the free template.
My fabric came already cut in 5 inch squares. So the next step was to cut fabric backing and batting into just a little bigger than five inch squares. Use your rotary mat and cutter and this goes pretty fast.
Then I laid out my fabric squares to make sure I liked the color order.
Then you make a fabric sandwich and put your letter template on top and trace around it with a fabric marker.
Then you sew about a 1/4 inch inside your drawn lines, because the lines will be your cut line.
I had a lot of fun playing with the letters - hopefully my littles will too!
Then I took a leap of faith and washed and dried the letters in the washing machine/dryer.
They came out like this - which was scary!
But after a lot of thread clipping and ironing - I think they turned out very: