Ok, so you have your completed baby blocks in front of you
|Tackling the rows (cut off the dog ears as you go)|
|Flip on top of each other|
|Inserting a pin close to the aligned seam lines|
This looks dangerous...align your foot for stitching a 1/4in seam allowance and by turning your hand wheel insert your needle as close as you can get to the seam line with the pin still in place. The needle from your sewing machine now acts like the pin, so you can take it out and start sewing your 1/4in seam allowance.
|Turn the hand wheel and insert your needle right on or closest to seam line|
Continue sewing the blocks together in this manner until you complete your rows
|Flip the second row onto the first in a diagonal manner|
|Once aligned, flip over to insert your pin on the seam line|
|Press the point in a circular way|
Well, and this is it...not easy, but also not impossible if you go slowly and take your time with aligning your pieces.