The method I talked about yesterday works best if you have an extension table like this acrylic one I show here or have your machine down in a cabinet with an insert around it. You need to keep this flat as you ride it to the machine and without an extended flat surface it may not work for you. A lot of machines today only have 2" or less of flat surface in front of the needle.
I finished sewing the last third of the Trip Around the World but was too tired to press it and attach it to the other 2/3 last night. Maybe I'll have a photo tomorrow.
I was searching in another drawer last night and found this bag of 1" wide plaid strips. I know I had cut them for paper piecing over 15 years ago. Now I may have to make some teeny tiny log cabin blocks out of them.