Thursday, 21 May 2015

Two hundred squares' star

I like very much sewing using  a pixel method. It’s  like playing with blocks. Cutting  squares is simple, piecing  them together (with a fusible interfacing) - too. This time from two hundred 2.5-inch squares I made a star.

Star’s background is a graphical fabric from IKEA used in the previous project.

And here is an image showing  the work with pixels. I arranged my 200 squares into eight large squares composed of 25  2,5-inch squares (5x5). I used  four of them to make the star center and the other four I cut diagonally to make the points of the star. I pieced them, added the background, machine quilted and it’s done !