Have you seen this notion:
Well, I decide to try it out and make a example of the technique for the shop. Let me say I was very impressed!
All you do is sew 5" charms together, add a 3" border around your charms:
Then, you take the little square using the lines and match up to the seam lines on your "sudo" top:
And cut out all the squares:
Resew the new squares in the same order and you get the tessellating effect:
I think using Kaffe Fasset fabric doesn't have a good design element for this project because they are small. I think fabric with more solid colors - verses multi-color will show the pinwheels.
Now I just followed the pattern that came with the notion, but you can easily make this larger and make a baby size quilt. They also have a larger Twister avaiable for layer cakes - which I'm considering purchasing.
I'm planning a project with this new technique in mind and can't wait to share it!