Make a Note Card From a Sweet Chickadee Mini Quilt

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The Process Works for Any Mini Quilt of the Right Size!

Create a special note card by affixing a tiny little chickadee quilt to a blank greeting card. This is a wonderful gift for someone special or go ahead and make several to share with family and friends.

You may want to use temporary or repositionable tape or glue so the quilt can be removed from the card. You can also omit the card and display the sweet little chickadee every year for Christmas or all winter long.

Chickadee with Berries Card Pattern

Hang the mini quilt in an intimate spot where it’s sure to be noticed, tuck it into a wreath or centerpiece, or even add a hanging cord for a tree ornament. Or add borders to enlarge the quilt and use it as a pot holder or mug rug. If desired, red French knots can be used instead of the small red beads.

The completed mini quilt is 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.

Click here to purchase the “Chickadee with Berries Card” pattern.

Designer Beret Nelson, from On The Trail Creations, has provided additional instructions to ease the construction of this little quilt.

  • You’ll find tips for getting great results and suggestions for saving time by making several at once here.
  • Watch her YouTube video here to see exactly how she creates the binding and affixes the quilt to a note card.
  • Or consider using the single-fold binding method outlined here to minimize bulk while creating a more traditional finish. You may prefer this method if you plan to display the quilt without it being attached to a card.

Beret has many more charming quilt card designs which you’ll find here.


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