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Thread: 2 Mini Quilts finished!

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    2 Mini Quilts finished!

    Good day everyone, Here is a little someting I hope will put a smile in your heart today. It did mine.

    I finished the blue TATW top about ten years ago. It is my first attempt at doing a mini quilt.
    it is 12" sq. I just quilted it this morning and brought the backing to the front to finish. This method is very easy.

    The rose was made about two weeks ago as my second attempt. This block is one of those free ones on BH&G bulletin board page in an old magazine. I wanted to try doing the 'Y' seam in the pattern and this is the result.

    Hope everyone enjoys them. I did.
    peace

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    no act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. Aesop

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    wow those are amazing

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    Lovely little minis How big are they? I'm pleased to see another miniaturist on board

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    both are wonderful! love your displays
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    Your mini quilts are darling. I got a chuckle from granny, she looks like she is saying "oooohh, aaahhh" lol.
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    Love the mini's! Great display you have.

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    nice
    love your setting

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    Gorgeous mini's - love your miniature setting.

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    Great job!!! They are fabulous quilts
    I have just finished a mini as well, it was fun.
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    Beautiful work!!!!!

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    they are so cute good job!!!!!
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    so cute...love your display. Do you have a shelf or dollhouse for her? Just curious. It looks so cute.
    enjoy your life...it's the only one you have!!!
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    your minis are adorable and their "home" is FABULOUS! how cute! and yes, you brought a smile to my face

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    Beautiful little quilts. I love the little old lady too!

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    These are very cute!! Wonderful job

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    Lovely, lovely, and more lovely!!! Great job and great display setting.
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    They are wonderful! Love your displays too.

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    too cute! My manly hands could never attempt something that small! LOL
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    Your work is beautiful and so is the setting. Love the granny doll!!!
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    I love the quilts with the dolls...just adorable!

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    So adorable - the quilts and the display!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hperttula123 View Post
    so cute...love your display. Do you have a shelf or dollhouse for her? Just curious. It looks so cute.
    'Little old Lady' is a Caroler from Byers Choice. She just sits on a shelf usually. After finishing the little quilts the notion of making a display for the picture popped into my adeled brain and this is the result.

    Now I'm planning a christmas theme and spring and fall too.

    Thanks for liking it.
    peace
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    Beautiful. Love the little scene with the granny doll. So adorable.

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    I love love love them!
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    Lovely! Adore the setting with the little granny, too!
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