The Bakers in Your Life Will Love These Mixers

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Choose From Two Mini Quilt Designs!

If you love to bake, or know someone who does, you’ll enjoy these wonderful little quilts. Choose between the hand mixer and the stand mixer for a special treat of a mini quilt.

Choose colors that match your mixer (or one you dream of!), or colors that accent your kitchen decor. Either of these makes a wonderful gift, too, so treat a favorite baker with a made-by-you quilt featuring a favorite kitchen tool.

Hand Mixer Mini Quilt Pattern

Mixing It Up Stand Mixer Pattern

Quilt from Hollyhill Quilt Shoppe.

The patterns can also be made into larger quilts by stitching several mixers together. The stand mixer pattern is for a quilt that includes six mixer blocks and spatulas. Make a mini stand mixer quilt by quilting up and binding one block.

Mixing It Up Stand Mixer Pattern

Quilt by Greg Jones from Grey Dogwood Studio.

The patterns, designed by Lori Holt from Bee in My Bonnet, are made with simple piecing. Both are fairly quick projects, although the hand mixer requires a bit of embroidery.

Mixing It Up Stand Mixer Pattern

Quilt from Brigitte.

Mixing It Up Stand Mixer Pattern

Quilt from Hollyhill Quilt Shoppe.

Once completed, the “Hand Mixer” pattern produces a 14.5″ x 14.5″ mini quilt.

The completed “Mixing It Up” quilt is 64″ x 69″, although you can easily make a mini quilt from one mixer block.

Click here to purchase the “Hand Mixer” mini quilt pattern.

Click here to purchase the “Mixing It Up” quilt pattern.




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