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Minion Quilt for My Little Minion : A Finished Quilt


A while back I picked up a One in a Minion pack of charm squares by Quilting Treasures and as soon as I opened the package Nora started asking for a quilt or really anything made with this minion fabric. So after this pack sat on my cutting table I finally decided on a pattern. I used the Wiggling block from Modern One Block Quilts and I love the effect of a simple block that is rotated to make the quilt look way more complicated than it really is.

Since minions wear their little denim overalls, I had to use Essex Yarn-dyed Linen in Denim by Robert Kaufman. And I love the overall look and it becomes so soft in the wash.

I used Shannon Fabrics Cuddle in Navy as the backing. I'm now in love with using cuddle fabric as backing and need to make a quilt for myself.


For the quilting I did a little stitch in the ditch to help stabilize the quilt sandwich. Then I did some organic lines with a little curve to them.

Quilt Stats
Pattern: Wiggling block from Modern One Block Quilts
Dimensions: 44 x 44 inches
Quilting: Organic lines
Fabric: One in a Minion, Essex Yarn-dyed Linen in Denim, Cuddle in Navy, and Minion fabric from JoAnn

Happy Sewing!
Linking up with Alyce for Sew Cute Tuesday, Lorna for Let's Bee Social, and Amanda for Finish it up Friday.

Comments

  1. Cute! My kids have a minion club amongst themselves. I think it is so they can tell secrets and make stealthy plans. Great job.

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  2. Very cute!! Looks sort of traditional and modern at the same time.

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