I recently found a small quilt on Pinterest and recreated it using some of my vintage fabric scraps. You can see that post here. It was so fun, I decided to do another! This was the inspiration picture I found.
And here is my version done in vintage fabrics.
Here’s a side by side comparison.
That was so fun, I decided to do it again in 1930s repros.
How about modern prints?
Here are all four together.
Here you can see the quilting on the back.
I have no idea what I will do with these, but they sure were fun to make. It is amazing to me how different they look done in different fabrics.
Have a great day!
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What fun you had with that one little pattern!
How cute and how fun to make. Isn’t it fun to make something and can be done quickly. Happy Stitching.
Oh wow, these look like so much fun! I really like making small quilts,and don’t worry about what to do with them afterwards. I do have a bulletin board that I rotate the quilts around to please the season and my mood.
So cute! How fun to have a bunch of quick finishes. It is really fun seeing one design in multiple different styles. Thanks for sharing!
Just lovely! Thanks!
I love your versions, especially the vintage fabrics. I love to see different fabric versions of the same design. Now I need to go back to Pinterest again.
Haha! Those are WONDERFUL, Katy! Now all you need is a granddaughter!
Those are all adorable! Have you started a wall of little quilts, you could hang some there. You always have the neatest ideas. Hugs,
You nailed it again. The solid one is my favorite. It would be lovely in a big quilt too.
How nice… I love small Quilts
What size are they?
They are so cute! Looks like you could use them for placemats! I am on a trip now and I like to put a small quilt on the bedside table so that I can place my glasses, flashlight, etc. on it without making noise. I like to find uses for small quilts that can be made quickly. I love yours!
How very cool to see the same little quilt in 4 completely different styles! Thanks for sharing.