In this photo you can see that the corner segments are made up of three half square triangles and one four patch, the center is just a square and the middle segment is made up of a square and a two strip segment.
After I completed the above block I moved on to making more of the leaves for the Vintage Scrappy Nine Patch. Below I will attempt to show what is involved in making these applique leaves, sorry that some of the photos are not the best.
The first step is to trace (from the template in the instructions) the leaves onto the freezer paper and cut them out on the lines, here are the cut leaves..........
small dot of water-soluble, acid-free glue stick to the middle of the non-shiny side of the freezer paper leaf and place it onto the fabric, making sure that there is enough fabric around the paper to cut a 1/4" of fabric beyond the edges (you will see what I mean in the next photo), then cut around the paper leaving the above mentioned 1/4".
After cutting the leaves I then took the iron and pressed the edge over onto the shiny side of the freezer paper, the shiny side allows for the fabric to "stick" as you see in the photo below.
You will have to use a small amount of the glue stick to "tuck" the flap on each end of the leaf.
The finished leaves.................
I use a few SMALL DOTS of water-soluble, acid-free liquid basting glue on the edge of the backside of the fabric to attach them to the quilt.
Hope this was helpful, I am certainly not an "instruction writer" but I hope I didn't leave out any major points, if you have questions just ask. I learned the above "applique prep" from the Kim Diehl workshop, it is also in the front of all of her books.
UPDATE: I will be posting how you remove the freezer paper after the leaf is appliqued to the quilt top in the next few days. Thank you Jackie for letting me know that I forgot that one important step.