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Mini Rainbow Swoon | A Finished Mini Quilt | One Monthly Goal Finish | 2019 FAL | Scrap Project 9


Hoohoo! I finished my One Monthly Goal and my first project from the Q4 2019 FAL list! With the changing temperatures, I have noticed an increase in my productivity and I'm loving it. With school in full swing, I am taking full advantage of my free morning.

I've had the Mini Swoon pattern by Thimble Blossoms for a number of years and a swoon has been on my must make list. So when I pulled out those mini patterns purchased awhile ago, this one went on the top of the list.

Since I wanted to use my scrap bins again (they never seem to get smaller!) I could not decide on a color palette. So I went with my go to palette of rainbow.


These little 8 inch blocks are fun, but man there are a lot of tiny pieces! And of course at one point I sewed my blocks together incorrectly. Thank goodness for a sharp seam ripper.

With all of the seams, I decided to keep the quilting straight forward. I marked out a 2 inch angled grid and the quilting went quickly on my Janome HD9. I love having an industrial grade machine, she can stitch through anything!


With this new addition this wall in my new sewing room is not quite as bare. I definitely need more mini quilts, but at the moment it is good! This room no longer echos whenever you talk in here. I love seeing how my quilting as progressed from my earlier mini's to now. Time to get back to finishing those projects, I would really love to start 2020 with a clean slate!

Happy Stitching!

Quilt Stats:
Pattern: Mini Swoon by Thimble Blossoms
Dimensions: 19 inches x 19 inches
Quilting: 2 inch angled straight line grid
Fabrics: various designers including, Tula Pink, Lizzy House, and others

Linking up with Alycia Quilts for Finished or Not Finished Friday

Comments

  1. I love the mini Swoon and your rainbow quilt is adorable! There are a lot of tiny pieces and it would not be normal if you didn't make a mistake in piecing them! (for me it's normal!)

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  2. Love your mini Swoon! Congratulations on your awesome finish!

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  3. SEW sweet!!! Swoon and rainbow? A winning combination!

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  4. That mini swoon is gorgeous! It looks great on the wall with the others - all scrappy from this point of view - it is perfect.

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  5. Beautiful!! The quilting is really cool on this piece!

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