I was struggling to come up with an idea when I got to thinking about the Polaroid quilt I made recently. Honestly, I might now be as obsessed with fussy cutting as I am with mini mini quilts.
First step was to find some wee little things to fussy cut. And they happened to be spring-y in theme!
Crazy Mom Quilts' Binding Tiny Things Tutorial. I considered using the Peridot, but thought those little polka dots would liven things up!
For the backing, I used the same polka dots and I used my trusty Pigma pen to sign it. "Snapshots of Spring"... how's that for a name? ☺How about you? Have you jumped on the mini mini bandwagon? Are you swapping?
P.S. I'm trying out a new (to me) Monday link-up, Main Crush Monday @ Cooking Up Quilts. Pop on over and see what others are crushing on this Monday!
Oh, I love it, Jenn, and I definitely recognize that bird print. <3ReplyDelete
You're basically a mini mini expert by this point. It turned out so cute! Great idea!ReplyDelete
I always love a good mini mini and this one is too cute! I've made 2 so far, one to swap and one to keep. I will probably make another before long, they are so fun! 😊ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness...so so cute! Now, I want to make one!ReplyDelete
It's lovely! I've never tried mini minis, but you're tempting me...ReplyDelete
Loving the Polaroid idea. I have a small piece of Charley Harper fabric which will be wonderful done in this block. You have inspired me!ReplyDelete
What a cute idea! Love the fussy cuts!ReplyDelete
I'll be doing swaps for the TMQG this year. This is a great idea, what else have your guys done.ReplyDelete
Adorable!! The polka dot binding was the perfect choice and those little fussy cut pieces melt my heart. Love it! Thanks so much for sharing this on Main Crush Monday!ReplyDelete
Very cute! I haven't jumped on the mini band wagon.....not sure if I'll make it there with all the other projects I want to do :)ReplyDelete
Mini minis are so much fun to make and a great way to try a new pattern. Everybody should try it at least once!ReplyDelete
I like to have fun with fabrics like you have done here using images in the fabric as a centerpiece. Nice choices and fun blocks. I love that shade of green.ReplyDelete
I love the polka dots! Very creative idea.ReplyDelete
What a fun idea! Love it!ReplyDelete
So very, very adorably cute!ReplyDelete