Piecing and tassels and twigs again to hold this piece: it makes a great wall piece.
Now this one is unexpected. This is a hat. I may have to make one using a slightly different approach.
This quilt reminds me of ones I have seen displaying pins.
I found this layered box at Craft Warehouse and painted the top boxes as I might a canvas. Then I put inchies in the boxes. I adore tiny things in compartments.
Underneath the painted compartments are even more for hidden surprises. Now don't you just love to uncover stuff you forgot you buried? That is too fun.
On the other hand you can put the inchies on to orphan blocks.
I love the stick wrapped in yarn and the tassels. This suggest that the piece was created for the the inchies and not the other way around.
This quilt has curves that make it move. I love the colors.
These inchies went on a journal cover
Another journal that is somewhat simpler.
Here's another banner and the inchies under this photo are hexagons and they really are one inch. Not me, I would never take this project on. I draw the line at doing the same thing over and over again, much less if it's an inch square. But this was a fun show and tell.