A friend of mine who also has dolls and model horses, asked me if I would make her a miniature Rainbow Star quilt.
I thought it would be best to work with an interfacing.
You know, the technique where you iron your fabric pieces to the interfacing, then sew in one direction, cut the seams open, and sew the other direction.
This way, you can get pretty good results with small pieces.
So I prepared the interfacing pieces with an 1" grid,
and cutted a lot of 1" squares in a rainbow of colors.
Arranging the squares, and pressing them down to the interfacing.
(ignore the checked background, that was only for pressing.
I forgot to take pictures of the next stages, but now the little top (around 9" square) is finished.
My friend wanted a black background, so I chose the back sketch fabric.
Come back Friday for the finished mini! ;-)
Linking up with WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced,