Here’s the second batch (here’s the first batch) of my Mini Quilt June project. It was a fun project! But more time consuming than I expected. But it’s fine. I learnt some stuff! :-)
Would you do a project like this? Maybe not? It was kind of crazy… So why not buy a mini quilt instead? They are all for sale because I really don’t need 30 mini quilts.
30! I really did actually make 30 mini quilts! :-D
You can check out all the mini quilts here. You know they old saying: buy a mini quilt, support an independent artist. :-)
The one with birds above is one of my favourites although I found the free motion quilting really frustrating. Or maybe it is because it was so frustrating but it turned out well in the end and that is why I like it… I dunno…
Oh and I made a video where I talk my way through all the quilts. Check it out here:
If you watch the video you can see the fun effect of the quilting on the back of this red and blue quilt. :-)
These three are some of my favourites. What’s not to love about colours in colour order, right? :-)
An assortment of minis. I especially like the one with green and pink circles. But I am also quite partial to the one with the orange peels. Those colours are just so happy.
More broken quarter circles. I love making these. The end result always surprises me. And they have so much energy. I am just thinking out loud right now but I think I could be tempted to make more of these. Maybe. Let’s see. I already have too many mini quilts! :-D
The wonky log cabin here is another favourite. Partly because of the colours (yum!) but also because of the perspective in the quilt. It’s like looking down into a very tall stairwell… I did not create that effect on purpose, it just kinda happened. by quilt magic…
The last quilt! For this one I even did some foundation paper piecing for the triangles! I like the effect but foundation paper piecing always confounds me slightly.
I hope you enjoyed the quilts. Which one is your favourite? :-)