Try Your Hand at Making a Miniature Quilt!
This beautiful little quilt is one you’re sure to treasure for years to come. Soft spring colors are accented with rick rick and lace for an extra pretty finish.
While the designer calls it a mug rug, it’s large enough for use as a pot holder or trivet (add Insul-Bright batting for heat-proofing). We’d hang it on a wall or display it as a table mat.
The blocks in the patchwork egg are less than an inch square, so this project may not be for everyone. However, if you’ve wanted try making a miniature quilt this is a lovely project you’ll be happy to call your own.
Once completed, the patchwork egg designed by Berry Birdy is 10 1/4″ across and 12 1/4″ tall. You might also consider enlarging the egg by using bigger fabric squares and increasing the size of the egg template.
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