Miniature Quilt: Tiny Ticky Tacky Houses

I finished it!  A few weeks ago I released the pattern to make my miniature quilt top – Tiny Ticky Tacky Houses.

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I am happy to report that I have finished my miniature quilt top – it’s all quilted, bound, and everything!

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I free motion quilted roughly around each of the houses.  I wanted to keep it whimsical just like the little houses.  I also added a fun little doors in the houses with my stitching.  I just did free motion meandering in the little green areas.  IMG_3266

I added a small little flange of my black print to the binding just to make the quilt ‘pop’ just that much more.  A fun coordinating stripe binds the final piece. IMG_3270

The back of the fabric!

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I snapped my pictures just before the sun went down and didn’t have time to go to the deer fence … maybe later next week I’ll get a few shots of Tiny Ticky Tacky Houses Quilt.

Linking to TGIFF and Finish Up Friday.

5 comments:

  1. Cute pattern. Sort of whimsical. I like the black flange or piping your added to the binding. Can I ask how you did that? It really sets the quilt off nicely.

    Take care!!

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  2. very nice and bright! would have never thought of using these large-ish prints as background, but you did it, and it looks awesome!

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  3. Impresionante.Me encanta tu combinación de telas y la explosión de color y .sobretodo la tela de fondo de los bloques.

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  4. I also really like the additional black border on your binding. It looks great.

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  5. Very cute quilt, and the back is so perfect , so map like! And the touch of black: just right.

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