It bugs me a bit sometimes when I see someone "write" their own tutorial for something that they saw a tutorial for, so I'm not going to reinvent the wheel on this one. (No, no, I'm not mad at you if you saw something cool, switched it up a bit and blogged about it . . . no worries, friends.) However, I switched nothing so I'm not going to tutorialize like I did. My queen bee, Heather, posted a very concise and easy to follow tute on the use of Quilter's Grid on her blog, and I won't steal her thunder.
You should seriously check it out though. BRILLIANT STUFF, I tell you.
I started with 100 - 2" vintage sheet squares (hurray for using up itty scraps!) and a 20" square of the QG and when I was done I had this:
I defy you to find a non-perfect point. (Seriously, you don't have to scrutinize it. Just trust me. This stuff works!)
I felt like I was cheating while I was using it, but when I saw the outcome I screamed, "I don't care!" and made Mr. Skooks marvel over it with wonder.
"Look at the back . . . NESTED SEAMS!"
Bless his heart. I love that he humors me about this stuff.