Wednesday, October 03, 2012

Mini-Mosaic Quilts by Paula Doyle


The nice folks at C&T Publishing sent me a review copy of Mini-Mosaic Quilts by Paula Doyle. Little tiny quilts with little tiny pieces? That's right up my alley!

Paula Doyle's book shows how to use a fusible grid to precision piece itty-bitty blocks. If I'm reading the pattern right, some of those squares finish at 1/2"! She's also figured out how to incorporate microscopic half square triangles without actually cutting any triangles.

Most of the projects are small. There are bags, table runners, pillows, and one larger sampler quilt that uses thirty different blocks.  (Connecting Threads has pictures of most of the projects on their listing for the book.)

4 comments:

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Meu Deus..Eu preciso deste livro.Nunca mais vou jogar um retalhinho fora,só trabalho com sucatas e faço blocos bem pequeno,mas minúsculos...? Eu quero. Obrigada por compartilhar este achado.Beijo grande.

beaquilter said...

cool book, added to wish list on CT

Ali Honey said...

Are you going to make any of them?

Denise :) said...

Holy cow ... are they making quilting microscopes now??!!! That's some REALLY small stuff (she said, ironically in really large caps). :)

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