LEARNING A LESSON WHILE WORKING ON A MINIATURE

MAKING MINIATURE QUILTS- LESSONS

Here is a link to my miniature quilt blog with a story about this lone star I am working on.  It's driving me crazy!

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Comment by Teri Barile on March 30, 2014 at 9:17am

Thanks Amy! I don't know.. sometimes I wonder about it.  I like to look through books with antique quilts, and I always wonder how small I can make them. The quilt on the left is 12 ". It is an endless chain pattern.  Each block finished at 1/2" and each had 5 pieces.  I was having fun with the color placement, and didn't even think about how bulky and hard it would be to put together.  Also, quilting was pretty much a nightmare because it was solid seams.  I can't seem to get away from heavily pieced projects, although I am seriously thinking of moving on to an applique project!

Comment by Amy E. Bevilockway on March 29, 2014 at 10:10pm

I admire anyone who takes on a miniature quilt project.  I would have a one block wonder if I started this project.

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