no pattern per se, just executed differently
InstructionsI didn't see any need to use whole squares of white fabric when you only end up seeing the strip in the middle. So I just cut 4 strips of white fabric the right size and built each quadrant out from the center. Much simpler that way! Less confusion and less fabric too!
I just keep a 6 1/2 inch paper square next to me on the ironing board so I can make sure each additional strip will ...
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Type of item: Home Decor
Style: Funky, Classic, Eco-Friendly, Casual, Mod
Kona snow I must have purchased before I knew what a cult following Kona fabric would have! And a mix of old scraps and new fabric strips. I also used a couple pieces I got from a fun swap with somebody!
What was your inspiration?
Seeing everybody else's reminded me I hadn't done mine yet!
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
Forget the square foundation and just use strips for the whole thing. It also will be less bulky that way.
The only reason I gave this a 2 out of 5 for difficulty is because, if you're like me, you can get a bit bogged down with the whole "hmmm what shall I add now?" conundrum. It is one of those exercises in ordered randomness that are sometimes harder than they look to pull off!