There are 29 letters in this quilt from 29 alphabets. They may look involved and complicated but none of them are. Take a close look and what do you see? Straight seams that anyone can sew. Diagonal seams at 45 degrees that can be made using the connector corner method, sometimes called sew and flip, which anyone can do. And that's it.
The one exception is the first A and it can be paper pieced quite easily.
This P is from my alphabet Riley Park.
It is a light alphabet with narrow strokes. Notice that the 45 degree corner cuts are on both the inside and ouside of the corner.
I can't find this Q in my files anywhere. I have a vague suspicion that I just made it up because I needed a Q for the quilt and the alphabets with interesting Q's had already been done. In which case there is no alphabet to go with it.
The tricky part in designing a Q is to find a simple way to do the swash in the bottom right corner.
This R is from my alphabet Inglewood.
Actually there is no R, it's gone and only its shadow remains. One nice thing about this alphabet is there is no need for space between the letters. The letters can be placed up against each other and the shadows provide the necessary separation.