This is an easy pattern and you can find it at Pattern by Jen's blog.
The teal fabric isn't photographing well, looks more blue in the picture.
The most important step in this block is to trim the sections to the correct size.
Lay out the block to make sure the squares are in the correct order. I sewed one row upside down and didn't notice until I photographed it.
I found these plastic boxes at Michael's and they are the perfect size for this project.
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