I have a tendency to start projects, and then never finish them. (who does that) I think it's pretty much expected in our quilting community now being that there is so much to be inspired by.
I also realized that sometimes I just need to get it out of my head! I don't necessarily need to make a giant quilt of every pattern I love. Why not just a mini?
As I pulled through old projects to hopefully get into finished mode this year, I found four random quilt blocks from three years ago.
After a four square placement I had a cute mini top. I love that this was almost a one day project being that the blocks were already made. I am sure I could get one done in a day or two though. I plan on using this genius idea to get more experience on those patterns I avoid due to lack of time.
I see many mini quilts in my future - Plus they make awesome wall art!
Stats:: Measures approx 24.5 x 24.5
Fabric line is Habitat by Jay McCarroll
Solids are Robert Kaufman Kona in Pomegranate and Honeydew
Background is Kona in Medium Gray
Quilted with Aurifil 50wt in 2600 (light Gray)
Bound in Kona Pomegranate and hand sewn with Gutterman
Backing fabric is "Two Young Street" By Prints Charming
Do you love minis too?
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