Since you are using four by four inch squares leave a seam allowance of a quarter an inch on each side. Your squares will hence measure 35 by 35 inches on the quilt.
Place the squares in the most appropriate position.
Sewing quilt squares together. Sew the squares first in three rows and then sew the rows together. Sewing together the fabric squares. Do the finger pressing.
Sew a seam and flip the fabric to the backside. The seam allowance for making quilts is 14 and this is the seam allowance you will use to sew your fabric squares togetherit is not necessary to backstitch the seams when constructing the quilt top because all the seams will have other stitching sewn over them when you sew all the rows together and also when the outside edges of the quilt are finished. Assemble and sew the squares.
When sewing quilt squares together you need to leave a seam allowance while cutting the material. Doing that will help you hasten the quilting process and even give you some better and prettier looks.