Again, this one stands up too, as if it has legs.
I believe it is around 10″ square. Itty Bitty is right! This is a super cool little quilt to make!!
It is so fun to see the transformation because it started out looking like this. I really didn’t want to cut it up. I loved it just like this!! I used 3 Candy packs of Old Glory (my new favorite fabric) and a little yardage from Seasonal Little Gatherings, both from Primitive Gatherings for Moda. I have plenty of little squares left over for something else. 🙂 After using the Itty Bitty Primitive Pinwheel Template, the design comes together easily, like butter. 🙂 The pattern/fabric layout is included with the template here.
It is amazing! Could even stand up on its own before quilting! LOL! I also quilted this on my longarm. It was quite the sight too!! LOL!! It took all of 5 minutes. A little stitch in the ditch and meandering. Batting is Hobbs 80/20. Pattern called for a single fold binding, which I DID do. I never use binding clips, but they were incredibly helpful in this case!
Until I have a few more minis completed (for my wall of smalls), I will decorate with them.
Fits in with all my patriotic decor! The heart bowl fillers are another wonderful creation from Denise of KKL Primitives. She is so creative!!
I went hunting for treasures again in my stash (basement storage) and came up with this antique library chair. It is one of those chairs that flips over and becomes a ladder. Another treasure from my grandma. It used to have green paint. Scott started refinishing it years ago, but never finished. I am so glad too. I love how it looks now!! Primitive and worn. Perfect!! I just cleaned it up. Above is a new pineapple sign.
Mary of The Gettysburg Mercantile did a beautiful job. Mary makes and sells gorgeous primitive goods!!!! Very talented!
Thank you for all the comments on Little Red! I hope some of you have also caught the mini bug!!