29 August 2016

Mini Quilts Galore

August has been a busy month of mini quilt making. I love mini quilts. They are so fun to whip up and I love loading several projects at a time onto the long arm to quilt.  It feels so productive.

I made this mini for a swap that we did for a quilting retreat at the beginning of the month.  I chose to do a face the quilt instead of traditional binding. 

I made this quilt by downsizing the Windmill Quilt by Rashida Coleman-Hale. This was a gift for a friends birthday this month. 

I made a mini mini from some scraps. It is a 6" square that was included in a door prize for our quilt retreat. 

I made this awesome orange and grey mini when I was practicing how to make this fractured log cabins. This is another one for my mini wall. 

One of the ladies that was suppose to come on retreat with us could not make it so I sent her a little door prize package and included a mini of her own.  Seriously I might be addicted to minis. :)

I also pieced this two mini's this month but have not had time to quilt them up. They are just from scraps from other projects. 

I also received two minis at quilt retreat. They are a lovely addition to my mini wall.  The ladies know I love birds. I might of been found outside on occasions talking to the birds but they like a bit of a chat too. 

Thank you for stopping by and visiting. 


1 comment:

  1. I love your minis- especially the fractured log cabin! Do you quilt them on your long arm or your DSM? If on the long arm, do you put a bunch of them on the same backing and quilt them all at the same time?