Right click on each image to save, and then print them as a full 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper. You'll need to print two copies of the end piece and one copy of the middle, cut them out, and tape them together to form a full-sized template. It will look like this:
The assembled template should measure about 19 inches long and 9 inches wide (the burp cloths will shrink in the wash if you don't pre-wash your flannel, which I never do). The trick to getting a correctly sized template seems to be to right click on the template image, and save it to your computer. Then, open it up as an image file and print as a full page image.
I used a four-pack of Carter's flannel receiving blankets to make this coordinating baby set for a friend. I was able to make 8 burp cloths, a drool bib, and a set of 3 soft blocks and still have some fabric left over.
I didn't use a pattern for my blocks (all you need are six equal squares of fabric and a little geometric know how), but I guarantee you can find a tutorial using your BFF, google.