Almost all pieces are cut using a pair of scissors.
I started the constructions by cutting a long strip and then I cut them in sections at irregular intervals. Then I cut small rectangles to insert in between the larger strip sections.
I stiched all bits together as per (this very bad) photo.
I ironed the strip and cut another white fabric strip.
I stitched the white strip to the colour strip just completed and then I constructed another colour strip and attached it to the other side of the white strip.
This is the next major block I constructed in a similar way as the previous section. I stitched two thick and wide blue pieces to a middle red narrow strip. Then I cut across and the resulting pieces were sewn again with another narrow red strip.
I also created another block in the same way as the coloured strips I did at the start.
I placed the pieces on the table to see where they were going…
The white block was too wide so I trimmed it and used the trimmed piece to make the other piece larger so that both pieces could be stitched together.
I stitched both sections together and started to build around it.
I made a few mini log cabin blocks too.
The bigger the piece the more uneven the sides get.
Square the sides.
Quilt any way you like.