I started this block off with a paper pieced centre. (The measurements for the centre were a little funny.) Not the numbering on the paper, I did that on purpose to make the seams but together when putting the whole thing together.
I also created the flying geese using the fast flying geese method. And did the diagonals on the two corner blocks. For that, I took the finished measurement of the triangle (white fabric) and added 1/2 inch to get the size of square to cut. Then I drew a line across the diagonal. Then sew across the line.
Here are all the elements laid out and ready to go. Once again, we're back to our old friend the 9-patch.
When I assemble a 9-patch, I put the rows together. I make sure that the centre is pressed to the opposite sides from the top and bottom. (Makes aligning the seams in the next step easier) In this case, I pressed the seams on the centre block towards the inside so there was less bulk on the flying geese points.