I’ve mentioned that I want to step up my quilting game this year! And I’ve finding that the more I work on piecing and quilting, the more accurate I get. Yay for that!
I decided that one of the best ways to work on learning new quilting skills was to try making more mini quilt. I discovered that Westwood Acres Fabric has a mini quilt club and it’s been a blast! Every month they send you a kit with everything you need to make the mini quilt, plus a fun notion that goes well with the kit.
I have loved all the kits but I haven’t had time to make any. But when this Strawberry Biscuit fabric kit arrived, I knew I’d have to make this first. How cute is this fabric?? It’s so vintagey and colorful!
I quilted it with mostly straight lines but I added in a few flowers at each of the corners and in the white centers. They were easy to do, just little free motion flowers. I added leaves to the lines in the white sections as well.
The backing is this fabulous gingham! And I added little corner pockets so I can hang the quilt easily from a dowel.
I think when I get more mini quilts made up I’ll put together a little gallery wall! They’re all so fun and colorful.
This isn’t sponsored at all, I just wanted to share the cute quilts with you! If you’re in the Mini Quilt club I’d love to know. I can’t wait to sew up more of the kits.