Create This Beautiful Little Quilt in an Afternoon

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It Can be Used in Larger Projects Too!

This charming little quilt is a quick project that will be a delightful addition to your holiday decor. It will also be a lovely cover for a basket of warm rolls – and it makes a thoughtful gift.

The mini quilt is a great project for leftovers of your favorite Christmas prints and other scraps. Plus, you can have it finished up and on a table or wall in just a couple of hours.

T is for Tree Mini Quilt Pattern

Since the quilt is basically a quilt block, you can combine several into a larger project. It’s easy to imagine three or four sewn end to end for a runner or four sewn into a square for a larger table or wall quilt.

The finished mini quilt, designed by Lindsey Weight from Primrose Cottage Quilts, is 13″ square.

Click here to purchase the “T is for Tree” mini quilt pattern.


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