I never use someone else's "pattern" for a simple geometric block like this. Just look at the block and analyze it. Each block of the design is made up of four identical smaller blocks. I just added a photograph of how I graphed it, as I would do in making a pattern for it. You could do the same on graph paper. Note that this is a four-patch design, with lines starting either in the center or half-way across the block. The photo shows what each quarter-block looks like. I drafted it for a ten-inch finished size full block, but you could use any size you wanted. I used graph paper with four squares per inch. This shows the finished size pieces you'd need. You could make your pattern from your similar draft by adding 1/4 inch seams to each individual piece. Note that all the triangles are the same size, so you'll only have two pattern pieces. For a five-block quilt, as I've done, you'll need to make 20 of these, then seam them together as shown. I used a one-half inch (finished size) inner border in turquoise and a three-inch (finished size) outer border in the Easter egg print, along with a one-half inch (finished size) binding. Again, you could make these any size you wanted.