Mini finishes…

It is definitely not thank goodness my holiday is finished, but after 4 weeks of travel and 2 weeks of the flu, it is kinda nice to be back to normal again. And super nice to have a little finish to show…

The Perth Modern Quilt Guild have been having a modern-mini challenge. Part 1 was a Pinterest competition – basically you had to create and link up a board with 10 modern minis on it for inspiration. Part 2 was actually making one.

I started two, finished one, and decided to bind a WIP which isn’t exactly modern but fits the mini bill closely enough…

This one was part of a Sweet 16 FMQ templates retreat that I went to back in March.

Here’s the one that I designed taking inspiriting from a Weeks Ringle quilt featured in the book Quilting with a Modern Slant. Poor light but the contrast shows up the extreme FMQ. :) I’m quite pleased with how this one turned out, although it did seem to shrink a little in the wash. I was tossing up between plain white or the ‘selvedge fabric’ binding – I think I made the right choice! Hope you agree…


I have one more finish but I’m saving that for TGIFF next week :) Can’t show it all at once now can I?

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17 thoughts on “Mini finishes…

  1. What incredible quilting! Love both of your minis…. But especially the second one. Love what you have done with the quilting and such a cute binding, too! Thanks for hosting the linky party!

  2. Wow, your quilting is fab.u.lous! I love how you extend the design on the second one with your quilting. Your finishes are beautiful, Laura! Love that selvage fabric too — where did you score that?

  3. Love the white with the multi-colored mini pieces-super cute. Thanks for having a link up party; I so appreciate it and I get to meet so many new artists… Like YOU !~!

  4. It’s hardly fair that you came home only to be sick. I think that calls for another 4 weeks travelling :)
    Hope you’re feeling better.
    And cute little minis

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