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Monday, October 12, 2015

Tiny (Tim) Quilt





Recently, I've been interested in 
making some tiny quilts.  These #tiny
 #quilts would add a splash of 
color to my already  adorable 
 sewing machines 
I have displayed around the house.

I was hoping to finish up a few of
these cute quilts, but was only able
to get one completed.

I purchased the pattern 
The small book is called T for Tiny
and you get a total 
of six quilts.


I used scraps from my stash.  
Cut, marked and



assembled my blocks.  A total
of twelve blocks. T for Tiny
was the name of the block
used in the book, but while sewing
I decided to name it T for Tiny Tim,
after my youngest son.  
Haha! 



Attached by blocks



Sandwiched my Tiny Tim quilt.



Here's the back of my tiny quilt.




Sewed the binding and attached a

label to the back of my quilt.



Here you have it. An adorable
 quilt displayed with my 
antique sewing machine.


A note of caution!  While making
this quilt, I did have to adjust 
the pattern some.  My finished
quilt measures 10-1/2" x 13". In
the book it measured 8-3/4" x 11".

I don't know about the other quilts
in the book.  I do plan on making 
more.  You do get a total of six
quilt patterns in the book.

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Philippians 4:13
I can do all things
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 strengtheneth me. 












    

4 comments:

Linda Deutscher said...

Very cute, just make sure not to display your quilts in direct sunlight, for they will fade from the sun.

Cynthia Woodham said...

What a lovely display you have created. I should make more little quilts. I love how quickly they can come together.

inchworming said...

Hi Cynthia! These tiny quilts are fun to make but the seams are more bulky!

Lorna McMahon said...

There is a big interest in small quilts going on right now. And your Tiny Tim quilt is simply beautiful! Looks fabulous displayed on your old treadle machine.