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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.  

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
through Christ which
 strengtheneth me. 



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.