Several years ago I taught the workshop FINDING THE COLORS WITHIN. I asked for a scanned copy of each students’ woven collages. There were 64 woven collages, each one measuring 4″ x 4″. They actually were 4″ x 5″, but I trimmed off an inch because I wanted each piece to be a square. Then I grouped 4 squares together to make 16 eight inch squares.
I know it is possible to do this in photoshop, but I did it all at Kinkos. They really got to know me as I spent countless hours and countless dollars there. They also have a fabulous paper cutter there—very accurate.
So then I reduced the image to an 8″ square and printed 2 of them. I flipped the image and printed 2 more and pasted them together. The quilt below measures 16″ x 16″
One of the things that fascinated me about teaching these workshops is that each group produced quite different collages, both in the look and in the number of collages (which changes the configuration of the quilt)