I saw an fun little quilt over at Grace and Peace Quilting. Nancy wrote about her Square Peg Mini Quilt HERE. She posted the details about the quilt's designer, the book where YOU can find the pattern to make your own quilt, and the author's blog so that you can see some of her other work. Go check out the links when you're finished reading my post.
It was a REALLY cute quilt, but I knew I could make it EVEN CUTER... by making it tiny! What do you think? Isn't it adorable?
HERE is my process...
Decide on how tiny YOU are willing to sew. Make 4 Plus blocks:
Arrange 4 partial blocks around the perimeter and a small Plus in the center of the design:
Figure out what size sashing pieces are required:
Assemble the sections:
Quilt top is complete:
Find an "Orphan Block" for the back:
Thanks, Needleb!! I appreciate the donation.
Quilt as desired:
Sorry!! I know most quilters HATE reading that phrase, but I couldn't resist. :P
Oh, LOOK!! One of these fabrics belonged to Needleb:
As seen in her recently completed 100s Quilt.
The pink with black dots was hers, too:
Also shown in her recently completed 100s Quilt.
Hooray!! The small quilt has been bound:
For those inquiring minds... The completed quilt is approximately 8" square.
Until next time...
Note: In case you were wondering, Needleb's 100s Quilt was made from a tutorial found at the Wedding Dress Blue blog. You will find some other great tutorials at THIS LINK.