Once again, I made this in the dead of night, so the photos are a little iffy.
Print or trace the block diagram onto foundation paper, number, and cut out the sections as below. Click on the photo to see a larger version if you have trouble reading the numbers.
(If you're printing from the software you have to change the block size to 8" x 8".)
Cut two 2 5/8" x 2 5/8" squares out of background fabric and cut each in half on the diagonal.
Cut out an approximately 3/8" seam allowance along the inside edge. Clip the sharp corner.
Important! Make sure you leave enough fabric for the square section plus seam allowances in the fabric. Lay the square section into position and check that there's enough overlap. I did not leave enough in the photos below and had to redo the whole section. (Hope this makes sense.)
Trim the block section to size (1/4" outside the edge of the freezer paper).
(This is my remade section. See how much more background fabric is showing?)
Now, breathe deeply...
I assembled the block starting from the center and working outwards.
The photos should be very helpful here. It's hard to describe in words.
First make the teenie center star.
Sew two block sections together to form the section shown below.
Cut two 1" x 6.5" strips out of background fabric.
Referring to the block diagram, attach one to the bottom and then one to the left side of the block.
I attached each with edges extending on both sides and then trimmed them down.
And there you go! The second corner!