mini quilts

I love seeing some mini quilts from my book being showcased around. Have you made one? Let me know.

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*Cough* now this is my quilt from Kath’s book and the only reason I’m doing this post is that she’s gallivanting around Melbourne at the moment. Thanks Julie and The Storque for posting my quilt! My design is definitely tongue in cheek, but it is also directly related to an incident with nanna’s false teeth and my cardigan pocket…Link to pattern.

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Film in the fridge has reviewed my book on the blog tour - lovely things she has said and is giving away a copy too.

[picture of the circus quilt by Alix McAlister]

The blog tour continues: [with lots of chances to win a copy]

June 1 - Craftzine – essential quilting tools
June 2 - Crafty Pod – book review + giveaway
June 3 - Chronicle Books – Behind the making of the book
June 4 – Indie Fixx – Designing your own mini-quilts
June 7 – Craft Sanity – Piped binding tutorial
June 8 – Hand Made by Alissa chatting about mini quilts
June 9 – My Love for You Background on Mini Quilts
June 10 - Film in the Fridge review
June 11 - The Haystack Needle Decorating with mini quilts
June 12 – West Coast Crafty

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I have a new post up all about the history and popularity of mini quilts – head on over to my love for you to see all the lovely pics and to win a copy too.

[picture of quilt wall from whip up mini quilts book]

The blog tour continues: [with lots of chances to win a copy]

June 1 - Craftzine – essential quilting tools
June 2 - Crafty Pod – book review + giveaway
June 3 - Chronicle Books – Behind the making of the book
June 4 – Indie Fixx – Designing your own mini-quilts
June 7 – Craft Sanity – Piped binding tutorial
June 8 – Hand Made by Alissa chatting about mini quilts
June 9 – My Love for You Background on Mini Quilts
June 10 - Film in the Fridge
June 11 - The Haystack Needle Decorating with mini quilts
June 12 – West Coast Crafty

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Are you following along on the blog tour for my book ‘Whip up mini quilts’?

[this is the 1984 (Pegasus) quilt by Liz Harvatine)

The next 2 stops on the tour are: Craftsanity – where the piped binding tutorial is shared – you know the one that is used in the Powerline quilts by Meg Spaeth.

Handmade by Alissa discusses the book and the fun that can be had making mini quilts.

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