Friday, May 08, 2009

Miniature Quilts! Plus: Free Miniature Quilt Patterns







Great things come in small packages and miniature quilts only further prove that point! Spotted at the Mid-Valley Quilt Show...some real stunners! And while these are originals from the show,  I've tossed in some free patterns for many other miniature quilts for myFrugal Friday Fun!
 
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1880's Vintage Quilt...free pattern
Attic Windows -- with a Twist
Country Cabin Mini Sampler
Doll Quilt
Four Patch Mini Quilt
Log Cabin Heart
Mini Geese Quilt
Mini Melon
Mini Quilts
Mini Tulips
Miniature Angel and Log Cabin block quilt
Miniature Garden Maze
Monkey’n Around Doll Quilt
Patriotic Miniature Quilt Pattern!
Postage Stamp Quilt
Templates in a Jiffy
Tips to Help You Make a Dollhouse Quilt
Walk Around the Block Miniature Quilt
Baby Doll Quilt star
20 1/2" by 25 1/2" doll quilt pattern by Nancy J. Thomas
January Thaw Mini Quilt Pattern star
32-1/2 inch x 32-1/2 inch paper-pieced mini quilt pattern
Land of Liberty star
15" x 20" pieced quilt project from Debbie Mumm

Miniature Nine Patch Quilt star7.5" x 10.5" pieced quilt designed by Nancy J. Thomas
Patriotic Mini Quilt
13-3/4" x 22-3/4" pieced quilt by Patricia L. Cummings
Spinning Flowers star
29" x 34" paper pieced quilt pattern from Block Central
Tiny Four Patch

Tiny Four Patch star5.5" x 7.75" pieced quilt designed by Nancy J. Thomas
Watermelon Mini Quilt star
16-1/2" x 20-1/2" paper pieced mini quilt by Nancy J. Thomas
Yearning for Spring
A miniature using paper piecing and yo-yos by Debby Kratovil
A Mini Quilt With Many Options from Carol Doak:The block and border foundations provided produce many different mini quilt variations. Play with the possibilities and have fun.Click to download the pdf


Foundation Factory (click to enlarge)




Sew Precise! (click to enlarge)Open or download the 4-page PDF file below for four free patterns

6 comments:

  1. This is completely exquisite--what amazing little quilts. I've been thinking about decorating my laundry room with tiny quilts hanging from a "clothesline" with itsy-bitsy clothespins. Your sharing of these projects is going to help me make my dream idea come true. Thank you so much!

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  2. I remember well those amazing tiny quilts- some very talented quilters in that guild. It was such a fun show-thanks for sharing your photos-mine are still in my camera!

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  3. Beautiful ideas for all of us! Love your free patterns. Thanks for showcasing our Pacific Northwest Quilt Shows...fantastic for those of us that can't make it to all of them! Love your sense of humor too!

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  4. What wonderful eye candy! Thanks for the treats!
    I love mini quilts!

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  5. I am amazed by miniature quilting. These are some wonderful examples.

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  6. Thank you for showing us some of these miniature quilts. Now I need to get another few done.

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