Weekly Finish #1-#3: Scrappy Heart Mini Quilts 2021

 


And, here they are.  The three scrappy heart mini quilts I made for my granddaughters.  They are quilted, bound, with a label, and on their way to Georgia, Tennesse and Kentucky.  My first finished quilts for 2021!


Each one measures 26" square with four heart blocks.



I quilted each in a grid with straight stitch-in-the-ditch and I outlined each heart.

Each one has a different backing and I used batting scraps. 

These mini quilts were so much fun to make.  I've made table runners but have never made small quilts.  They just go together so quickly that I'd like to make a couple for myself.


UPDATE 7/14/2021: My DGD2 in Kentucky sent me this picture of her mini heart quilt hanging on her "special" wall.  I sure do miss her!


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Until next time ... be happy and keep on quilting!

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Comments

  1. Beautiful. What gorgeous gifts for the girls.

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  2. I envision the delight your granddaughters will have when they see the special "I love you" quilts from you.

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  3. These mini quilts are so pretty! How special for each of your granddaughters to receive one. Great finishes. :)

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  4. The quilts are wonderful. I'm sure your granddaughters will love them. The fabrics are happy and bright and I love the green heart. I'm currently working on some doll quilts and agree with you that it's fun to work with small quilts.

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  5. I'm sure your granddaughters will love their quilts! So sweet!

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  6. Yay for the First Finished quilts!!!AND that they are winging their way to be loved!! Good for you!!!

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  7. These are super cute! Your grandchildren are going to love them. Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.

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  8. They are so elegant and the fabrics you chose were perfect. I'm sure they will love them. Thank you for linking up to Put your foot down.

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