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Farm Girl Vintage Mini Quilts


Another UFO is done! I made these Farm Girl Vintage mini quilts last summer soon after I received my book. And then they sat in my pile of quilts to finish. So for this last month of my LQS CEO club, I needed to complete this series of four mini quilts.

I started these last summer during the Farm Girl Vintage sew-a-long. Needless to say, I didn't do anything with them so they were a perfect addition to my CEO club list.



The nice thing about mini quilts, is that I can try different quilting patterns. I did variations of straight line quilting, then added extra texture on few of them. Plus I love adding in a little bit of color in my quilting as well.



I love straight line quilting and variations of it. And with mini quilts I can do some things that I might not try on a larger quilt. Plus I love the scrappy nature of these blocks. They are going to look fabulous in my kitchen. Now I just have to hang them up!

Linking up with Lorna at Sew Fresh Quilts for Let's Bee Social

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  1. These are fabulous! I love the straight lines on them. It really compliments the scrappiness of the blocks.
    Isn't it satisfying to finish something that has been sitting around for so long? :)

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  2. I too love all the straight line quilting. You have inspired me to do some short projects like placemats for example to satisfy my urge for so many cute things!

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  3. OMW!!! I recognize these from my friend's design wall, she's making that quilt right now. I love your mini's. especially the apples. I just may have to try that :)

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