The Making of a Mini Quilt--I, II, & III

I have three posts on making mini quilts. The first one is just some general information on mini quilt making. The link to that post is...

https://roguequilter.blogspot.com/2014/08/the-making-of-mini-quilt.html


The second post focuses on how I marked and machine quilted my mini Burgoyne Surrounded quilt. That post is found here...

https://roguequilter.blogspot.com/2015/09/the-making-of-mini-quilt-part-2-quilting.html



The final post is a rather lengthy, photo-intense tutorial on how I bind mini quilts. If you think you can handle it, you will find that post here...

https://roguequilter.blogspot.com/2018/02/the-making-of-mini-quilt-part-three.html

 
This combining of the links to these posts was done at the request of a blog friend. Hope it is helpful.
Janet O.

3 comments:

Judith said...

Love that feathered star!

Anonymous said...

Where can I buy the feathered star mini quilt pattern, please

Janet O. said...

You have no email linked to your comment, so I cannot reply directly. I don't know if you will see this, but the feathered star pattern is no longer available as shown. It is by Cindi Egerton, and she closed her business in 2021. Some of her patterns may be found in random shops, but I did find a link to an online store that had a mini feathered star pattern by her that makes 6 stars. You could choose to just do one and border it their way, or your own way, as I did.
https://www.sewthankful.com/A-Little-Bit-More-More-Feathered-Stars-quilt-sewing-pattern-Cindi-Edgerton.html