wooden blocks (mine were 2″ wide and I bought them here)
6 different fabrics (I go into detail on where I got my fabric and what designers they are made by here.)
rotary cutter and ruler
It’s pretty easy to figure out. Cut a 8″x8″ square and then cut it into 2″ pieces, keeping them lined up in order.
Then spread a thin layer of Mod Podge on one side of each block, and stick the fabric squares on the blocks, making sure to transfer it in order, row by row, so that it they don’t get mixed up.
Then, let dry for a minute or two (doesn’t need long), and then flip all your blocks over, the same way (to the right or left, or to the top or bottom) and start cutting and gluing the next fabric. So on and so forth until you’re done!
A few tips:
**Make sure to remove any stray threads before the Mod Podge dries. Otherwise they’re not coming off!
**I used my rotary cutter to trim off any sides of the fabric that hung over, the blocks will not all be perfectly square, I found.
**I also put a coat of Mod Podge over the all the blocks to seal them.