To say that I have been bitten by the mini quilt bug would be an understatement. I am having so much fun with these, and have now completed six of them.
Four of them are Thimbleblossoms patterns:
Shown in the above photo are Spools, Puddle Jumping, Swoon and Red Letter Day. All are mini versions of the original larger patterns. Everyone seems to credit Camille Roskelly for starting the mini quilt craze. As I understand it, she wanted to have smaller versions of her quilts to take with her when she travelled to Quilt Market, and a new trend for mini versions of quilts was born.
Joanna Figueroa of Fig Tree Quilts got into the mini quilt scene and introduced four mini versions of her quilt patterns. Pictured below is my version of her mini Canned Pears:
Julie Herman of Jaybird Quilts has also published a line of mini quilt patterns. Here is my version of her mini "Come What May" pattern.
With these 6 quilts I have a good start on my own mini quilt gallery. I'll have to decide the perfect place to hang them. In the meantime, I am enjoying just seeing them stacked up into a lovely pile of minis!
Have a great week!