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Miniature quilts are fun to make!
This miniature quilt gives you a burst of happy for a baby’s room or even coastal decor!
Pinky Mini Miniature Quilt Pattern
Firstly, her name is Pinky Mini. She’s the same baby octopus as the original Pinky (see below). However, this Pinky is a 12-inch square quilt.
Secondly, like the original, Pinky Mini is made using BOTH beautiful sides of fabric!
Watch PINKY on YouTube!
Fishbone Dance Fabric
Furthermore, both quilts shown above are made using a fabric I designed called Fishbone Dance. This fabric features little curved fishbones swimming around sand dollars with tossed starfish. See Fishbone Dance here on a bubblegum pink background. However, there are several colorways available, including dark blue, lime, and aqua (see products below). These designs are printed on the exquisite Spoonflower fabric called Organic Cotton Sateen. Learn more about Spoonflower.
In addition, you can find matching merchandise and home decor with all my fabric designs, including this one! Be sure to check out my shops at RedBubble, Zazzle and Society 6, too!
Seasonal Decorating with Miniature Quilts
These pint-size designs are great for seasonal decorating, too, because they fit perfectly on a 12-inch table-top quilt stand.
See the additional miniature quilts made with patterns using both beautiful sides of fabric:
Felicity features a tea pot and lid (made with the reverse) with a bouquet (made using the right side). You’ll also make the binding with the focus fabric! This makes choosing fabrics fun and easy! This is a simple broderie perse technique.
Finally, quilting friends say that sometimes they like to make miniature quilts because of space, cost, and the fact that they’ve made more large quilts than they know with what to do!
See more fun ways to use both sides with Seven Ways to Use Both Sides of Fabric!