In making these small scale blocks I am using some techniques I haven't used in a while. With larger fabric pieces I can usually ease the pieces to fit and have matching points. For these tiny pieces, accurate seam allowances are a must. I sometimes use a stilleto point to make sure the last few stitches of the triangle seams stay in line.
I usually press seams to one side but pressing them open helps these small pieces stay flat and matched.
It was a fun, yet tedious project.
The finished quilt is four blocks and 12.5 inches square. Now I need to think about the quilting.