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mini quilt

I loved making this project!  It was so fun to sit down and just sew it up.  I had been planning on making this mini quilt (aka, table topper) for my mom’s table since I made her this fancy apron a few years ago.  Since then, I’ve had it planned and fabric set aside, so for Christmas I decided I’d better make my move.

Improv crosses with a little sashing, seriously so fun.  I tried some organic quilting and it was a blast.  I love the way it looks all together.  The sashing is robert kaufman essex yarn dyed linen in flax, and it washed up beautifully. I’ve had it forever and just hadn’t used it yet.  So if you haven’t got some tucked away, I highly recommend grabbing some.  So soft!

Emily helped me pick out the binding.  I think it really sets it off.  I’m lucky I was a part of Pink Chalk Fabrics Solids club a couple years ago.  I was able to stock up on so many great fat quarters that I normally wouldn’t have purchased.  Now I find myself using them all the time.

25 thoughts on “mini quilt

  1. Jenny says:

    Really beautiful, Anna!

  2. I love this!! Very nice! Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. claudia says:

    That is a great table topper. I will put this as a favorite, so later when I can quilt I can pull it up to remind me. I need a table topper on the living room coffee table. This would go so well!

  4. Lora Martin says:

    Lovely. Your mom’s a lucky woman!

  5. Stacey Brown says:

    Wow, your binding work is PERFECT! What method do you use, mine always ends up so sloppy 🙁

    1. Anna says:

      For this one I sewed the binding to the back of the quilt and then flipped it around to sew it down from the front. 🙂 It take a little bit of patience, but I found that with my walking foot and the needle moved all the way to the left I can get it pretty straight.

  6. Katy Cameron says:

    It looks fab, and love it with the Cathrineholm bowls

  7. Mandy says:

    It is lovely!!!

  8. Gina says:

    I love this blog post . Lots of pictures of your lovely little quilt . A bit about why you made it , a bit about how you made it . Perfect reading for me as well as some inspiration and information ! Thankyou ..

  9. Gina says:

    Forgot to say that I love your fabric choices and I’m crazy about those bowls ! I love them .

  10. legato1958 says:

    Your table topper is really pretty! Love the tones !

    Susie

  11. kristin says:

    Super love it; those greens are fantastic and that amy butler lotus print is one of my favorites ever. Mini quilts are so fun!

  12. erin says:

    i love this! the colors are relaxing 🙂

  13. Oh Sew Liz says:

    I just bought a new table and it needs some quilt-y love! Thanks for the inspiration! It’s lovely. 🙂

  14. diana says:

    have prepped my fabric and making a pouch to match with my (fabric organized )hint hint!

  15. seniorpal says:

    Very nice & Im envious

  16. Nice blog… thanks for sharing with us..

  17. Beautiful little set, I can see me making this soon 🙂

  18. Lynette says:

    Why do I love this?? Not my colors at all, but still it calls to me. I think my favorite is the sashing, simple… but the texture and color add an overall crispness to the table topper. Love it! Perfect choice of quilting design too!

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