Coordinate 12 Mini Quilts From One Bundle Of 10″ Squares
A beautiful collection of small quilts and pin keeps that are scrappy using just a few well chosen fabrics from a bundle, with every last scrap is put to good use. Projects that are quick to complete and also provide endless piecing fun. Display fabric, texture, and even the feature prints of the fabric.
Stitch eight little quilts to hang on walls, display on tables, or tuck into baskets and nestle on bookshelves. Together they make a collage of quilts for your home Designer, Pam Buda, came up with the idea of making 12 projects from a single bundle of 10″ squares! No other fabric needed except for the mini quilt backings.
The feature quilt is so pretty in Pam Buda’s Prairie Basics. Use similar prints and create your own mix of 10″ squares. To define the sweet blocks, use an assortment of light and dark prints.
Choose a favorite quilt, or make all 12 projects, which include four petite pincushions. To make your mini’s, Pam suggests labelling 12 re-sealable bags, one for each project, so you can collect all the pieces for that project as you cut them. The pattern suggests using the project names related to the pattern. Then of course, you have to do the sewing!
It’s a quilting adventure, you won’t stop at one. If using a 10″ bundle, or layer cake from the same fabric collection, and using fabrics across the quilts as suggested, these 8 mini quilts will be striking in a nested display on the wall. Display the vintage style pincushions to add a warm, cozy feel to even the smallest of spaces.
Patterns for these beautiful projects can be found in Pam Buda’s ‘Vintage Patchwork’, which contains all 12 projects that can be made from a coordinated collection of forty 10″ squares! A nice addition to any quilters book collection, and also to display on your coffee table.