Recently, I headed downstairs for something. The next thing I knew, I had a little quilt!
Does that ever happen to you?
I spied these little blocks made from vintage scraps on my design wall and they called out to me as I walked by.
I quickly stitched them together and grabbed a scrap of batting. I’m not sure Mountain Mist Blue Ribbon batting is made anymore, but I love it for minis. You can actually separate it into two layers for a very thin batt, perfect for tiny quilts.
A little pin basting.
Quick quilting and a vintage fabric bi ding and it was done! All before hubby got home with groceries.
I washed it by hand and here are the after washing pics. It really completes the vintage look.
I used a scrap of vintage feed sack for the back. And I had gray thread in the bbbinand didn’t bother changing it.
If you are interested, here is a little info on the toy sewing machine in the first picture.
It is from this book.
Have a great day!
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