I began with a very pretty charm pack that I thought would sew up into a lovely table topper in my office.
Sure enough. I realized I could run them through another GO! triangle die that has three sizes, one of which fits the foundation from Miniatures in Minutes.
Soon I had a stack of little triangles. (Yeah!)
But first up was the original triangles. I'm loving the way this looks in my office! All those soft colors just blend so beautifully.
Then it was time to think about those wee triangles. It had been so long since I made one of the triangle foundations, I actually had to look at the book to remember how to do it! Sheesh. Here's the foundation, marked and ready to start adding fabric.
Here are the triangles laid out and ready to sew.
And after the foundation was sewn up and the paper removed -- with a close-up to remind me of why I still love this technique. The odds that I'd get all those points to match when the patches are so small (1" top to bottom, finished)? Uh, let's just say, not good.
And here it is, up on my kitchen wall.
Of course, when it's me behind the camera, the photo is awful. The colors are really much prettier in life, a bit of teal, very soft. Still, you get the idea -- it's just a pretty soft blend of color.
I love actually finishing something. And, hey, a twofer -- two somethings!
Since there's some other new dies on my sewing room table, I'm hoping I can stay motivated and get some more projects done. (Odds?) My goal is to have something to show by the end of next week. We'll see . . .