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Thread: My Newest Mimi

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    My Newest Mimi

    I did make this from a kit......squares finish at 1". In total it's 10x10. Mini's take less time and definitely take up less space.....a major consideration for me right now.
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    WOW ! I don't think with my fat fingers I could do that - looks great
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    OMG! Cute, nice work.
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    Love it ! did you use the Add A Quarter ruler? love the differant fabrics that bring texture. :0)
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    Cute mini. I believe that's the smallest twister quilt I've yet to see. Love the scrappy look. Thanks for sharing.
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    That is awesome. I just bought two of the twister tools. A 4" to make a baby quilt and the 2 1/2 to make mini quilts. And, I was afraid to get the really small twister tool. So, awesome job!!! I love the way you use the light and dark. Very pretty.
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    Beautiful! My eyes hurt, just thinking about doing something that tiny.

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    Wow that is beautiful.
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    Whoa ho ho... Teensie blocks in this mini... Great little quilt!

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    Wow, so tiny!
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    That is darling. Well done.
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    WOW. Love it!

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    It looks nice.

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    It turned out great. I love minis too.

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    Very cute! I love tiny quilts!

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    I just love it, great job.

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    I have the mini Twister and have done one so far, but love working with those tiny blocks

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    Lovely mini! Great use of colors and scraps!
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    Just adorable, great job and thank you for sharing Have a Blessed day Ellen

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    that is so cute love it!!
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    Sooo tiny and cute. You make me want to try making one!
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    Looks great, but I prefer the big ones you can climb under.
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    so cute!...the colors go well together

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    great colors its very pretty!!!
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    Very pretty mini! Such patience!

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