She in her turn was introduced to this technic through a book written by Paula Doyle called Mini Mosaic Quilts.
The technic is quite simple and virtually fool proof. I used H200 fuseable fleece. For more details check Karens post out, she wrote an excellent tutorial.
This technic is exactly the reason why I hold on to even the tiniest scrap. I had some 2" HST scraps left over from some flying geese units I made and decided to have a play.
And because the 2" HST blocks generated left overs themselves I even made a mini version of the miniature pincushions I created.
The bigger pincushions finished at 3", the plus block one is 2,5" x 2" perfect fit for my sew together bag.
What I especially love about this is that it is so incredibly versatile and quick to make with a small dip into the scrap basket.
These are just the beginning, because I am totally in love with this technic. Next I will try to work little blocks in a pouch or journal cover. The sky is the limit.
I am linking to Modern Patch monday today.
Till next time,