Turn a Simple Mini Quilt Into Something Special
March 20, 2018 |
| Table Toppers
Attention to Detail Makes This Little Quilt So Lovely!
A pretty selection of fabric and hand quilted accents make a simple mini quilt into something special. It will be fun selecting fabrics and motifs to feature in yours.
The designer chose linen for the sashing and borders (learn how to cut linen straight here). While that adds lovely texture, quilting cotton will work just as well.
We love the bird motif featured in the center. It will be fun going through fabric selecting something for that spot that speaks to you.
This is a very simple project to complete. It’s even turned so there’s no binding to deal with. It’s also great for practicing your hand quilting.
The mini quilt, from Larisa at Stitching Notes, is about 9″ square once completed. Double the finished block and strip sizes for a larger table centerpiece of about 18″ square.
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