Try Your Hand at Making a Miniature Quilt

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Be Precise, Take Your Time, and Enjoy This Little Gem!

Have you ever wanted to make a miniature quilt but been a bit intimidated by the thought? This lovely quilt is a nice one to spread your wings with.

One of Those Days Miniature Quilt

The quilt is made from 1″ and 1 1/5″ fabric squares. If that sounds a bit scary, just remember to sew a scant 1/4″ seam and be as precise as possible.

We love the fabrics Heather from Quilts Actually chose for her version. But go ahead and make yours any color combo you want. Quilt it by hand, or by machine.

Once completed, add pockets and a rod so it can hang proudly on your wall (see Heather’s instructions here – she uses a clothes hangar rod!).

Example of How to Hang a Mini Quilt

The finished quilt is 14 1/4″ x 17 3/4″.

Click here for the free “One of Those Days” quilt tutorial from Fort Worth Fabric Studio.


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