Wednesday, July 3, 2024

14 More Minis!!!

I quilted 14 miniature quilts at once, each in a different design!!! ⤵️
Here are the finished quilts! ⤴️⤵️  Details below!!!
Quilt Info #1:
Size: 7" x 9"
Thread: Glide--Nickel
Pantograph: Bangkok ⤵️ from Urban Elementz
The first 5 minis are all scraps cut at 1 1/2" x 2 1/4". Bear with me--all 5 are made from "Birdsong" fabric scraps, so they look alike, but the quilting is different on each one!
Quilt Info #2:
Size: 7" x 9"
Thread: Glide--Nickel
Pantograph: Dimples ⤵️ from Sew Shabby Quilting 
Quilt Info #3: 
Size: 7" x 9"
Thread: Glide--Nickel
Pantograph: Rondelle ⤵️ from Urban Elementz
Quilt Info #4:
Size: 7" x 9"
Thread: Glide--Nickel
Pantograph: Lovely Loops ⤵️ from Sew Shabby Quilting
Quilt Info #5:
Size: 7" x 9"
Thread: Glide--Apricot Blush
Pantograph: Harbor ⤵️ from Urban Elementz
Quilt Info #6:
Size: 8" x 8"
Thread: Glide--Apricot Blush
Pantograph: Meandering Jasmine ⤵️ from Urban Elementz
 These scraps were cut at 1 1/2" X 2 5/8". I love these tiny Jasmine leaves!!!
Quilt Info #7: 
Size: 7" x 9"
Thread: Glide--Fern
Free Pantograph: Porch Rail ⤵️ from The Quilting Mill
These scraps are cut 1 1/2" x 2". Free modern pantograph alert!!!
Quilt Info #8:
Size: 7" x 7"
Thread: Glide--Linen
Pantograph: Triplet ⤵️ from MaTante Quilting
This mini is made from leftover pieces of my Mini Maze quilt.
Quilt Info #9:
FREE Pattern: Scrappy Carrot Block from Coriander Quilts
Size: 9" x 9"
Thread: Glide--Linen
Pantograph: Crop Circles ⤵️ from My Creative Stitches
Quilt Info #10:
FREE Pattern: Mini Sunflowers from Astrid Bordush of ApplesAndBeavers
Size: 8" x 8"
Thread: Glide--Linen
Pantograph: Malachite ⤵️ from Urban Elementz
Sign up for Astrid's newsletter and she'll send you her mini sunflowers patterns for free!
Quilt Info #11:
FREE Pattern: Mini Sunflowers from Astrid Bordush of ApplesAndBeavers
Size: 12" x 12"
Thread: Glide--Linen
Pantograph: Soho ⤵️ from Urban Elementz
This is also part of the free mini sunflowers pattern @ Apples And Beavers!
Quilt Info #12:
Pattern: Spring Butterfly from Burlap and Blossom
Size: 12" x 12"
Thread: Glide--Linen
Pantograph: Breath of God ⤵️ from Urban Elementz
Love this one!!!
Quilt Info #13:
Pattern: Strawberry from sewmaryhappy--Part 1 & Part 2
Size: 11" x 14"
Thread: Glide--Linen
Pantograph: Strawberry Champagne ⤵️ from Sew Shabby Quilting
Made from 2" squares, this block became an impromptu SAL on Instagram: #scraphappystrawberries
Quilt Info #14:
Pattern: Single Snowflake from Lake Girl Quilts
Size: 13" x 13"
Thread: Glide--Linen
Pantograph: Winter Tempest 2 ⤵️ from My Creative Stitches
Free pattern on her blog, this mini is made from 1 1/2" squares!
Most of these quilts will be going to Japan, to our church mission office, JELA, for their yearly event and fundraiser on September 23rd, to be used for their work with refugees and 3rd world countries.

Grace and peace!!! ~Nancy

31 comments:

  1. Such great little quilts! Great job, and I hope they make a nice sum for the charity.

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  2. What a great group of mini's. I love to see the different pantos you use. I think I like that Rondelle as my favorite, today!!

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  3. These are so cute Nancy!! I love all the different quilting patterns! (Missy V.)

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  4. I love each one! That Birdsong fabric is fabulous. The quilting, especially the Jasmine leaves, is just gorgeous. Looks like you had a great time with these Nancy, your joy just shines through. :)

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  5. Oh my but you had tons of fun making these and even more fun choosing the quilting designs on each one!

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  6. What a great way to quilt small quilts. I love that you took the time to choose a unique pattern for each. Thanks for sharing on my weekly show and tell, Wednesday Wait Loss.
    https://www.inquiringquilter.com/questions/2024/07/03/wednesday-wait-loss-387

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  7. These are beauties, Nancy! Your tiny quilting is amazing, too. I loved seeing the different designs you used for each of them. I signed up for her newsletter to get that free sunflower pattern - so cute!

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  8. Fabulous fun quilts! Thanks for taking the time to share each one so we can see the wonderful quilting! So much variety, I can’t pick a favorite!❤️

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  9. Thank you for showing the quilting on the back - it adds to my appreciation. Like the Sunflower block.

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  10. These are so fun! I love seeing how the different patterns look on the "same" quilt.

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  11. How fun! It is hard to choose a favorite but the strawberry quilts and the butterfly sure are tugging at my heart.

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  12. Mini quilts are among my favorite projects! There is always somewhere in the house to hang one or two. Yours are all so beautiful!

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  13. What fun minis! I love that each has a different quilting motif...so much fun to see them all. I am sure the charity will appreciate your generous donation. So much fun to think of so many going to Japan. I will have to study these patterns, there are a few I love....the strawberry, carrot and the snowflake come to mind as so much fun.

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  14. It's most impressive how you selected a different quilting motif for each of the 14 mini's . I find myself studying each one to understand how they are created. No doubt these will be snapped up to support the mission.

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  15. Sweet minis and how fun to see all of the quilting designs! :)

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  16. They are so cute! All of them, and it looks like you had a lot of fun quilting each one differently ;) I love the cute butterfly, and the Jasmine leaves quilting pattern too!

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  17. Wow, what an amazing collection! And such wonderful detail on each one!

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  18. My goodness! Talk about quilt-making production! You can get a lot of small quilts on a longarm at once! I'd need about 12 arms and 6 sewing machines to get as much done! Ha, ha. Really, it's nice that you did this, and I hope each quilt will be a blessing because of the monies they raise. You have a very generous heart.

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  19. What fun! Thanks for the links to the free patterns. Our guild makes potholders to include with our county's Holiday Baskets, and these will be fun to include.

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  20. Each mini is fabulous! What a fun way to try didn't quilting designs! I too hope that these will raise a good amount of money to support JELA. --TerryK@OnGoingProjects

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  21. Well done on all the minis. I really like your quilting. It's reminiscent of sashiko, which is even better once I learned they're destined for Japan.

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    1. Thank you!!! I'm replying here as your post came through as anonymous. Yes, I love Japanese sashiko, too! We saw a lot of it while in Japan. My children would hand stitch sashiko kits, which were readily available!

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  22. All those different quilting designs - just beautiful. Minis must be an awesome way to test drive new designs too.

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  23. Wonderful works.
    I would give anything to have you near me.
    Lots of love to you.

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  24. What a great show of beautiful little quilts and quilting designs. I'm going to come back later and check these out better... it's bedtime!

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  25. Ohmy gosh - what a great lineup - and quilting all at the same time - brilliant - but!!! then you had to bind that many quilts - sending you hugs on that ( and maybe you need chocolate? haha)

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    1. I did all the bindings in a day and a half--it went quick with them all being small! Plus I do it all by machine.

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  26. OK, now if you were in charge of world's food production (quality and volume), we would solve World Hunger by next week! Have you considered a change of profession? Hugs and Kudos to you!

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  27. So many cute minis, Nancy! You have such a fun stash of fabric, each mini is unique and fun!

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  28. These are just adorable, Nancy!! I love them all, but I think the snowflake and the butterfly are my very favorites! Great job! Thanks for sharing with us at Monday Musings!

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