|I was experimenting with handquilting using perle cotton. I enjoyed the process and I like the results!|
I finally realized that I am making little tiny quilts because I keep playing with patchwork, quilting styles, and color. I get a patchwork idea and I want to try it out immediately, not trudge through the full-scale quilt process (I do love making big quilts, too, and I've got one on the go with two more queued behind it).
So when I completed this last set of hotpads, I put them in my etsy shop differently. I photographed them as a group, although I'm selling them singly. I called them art quilts. I recommended them as nursery decor. It's an experiment and I'm curious to see how it turns out.
(linking up with the Make Eat Grow blog hop)
This is such a cute idea and I love that you like to play with these patchwork designs. Super cute idea for a nursery.
Super cute.. And love the nursery idea. You could do baby and kid print fabrics..oh so cute!!!
I love them hanging on the wall. These are beautiful..Too pretty to use as hot pads.ha
Have a nice day.
A very charming, colorful and inexpensive way to decorate a wall.
Love the colors and designs! You could also sew the 4 together for a mini quilt that's bigger...
Mini-quilts - yes!
Why not market them in a set of 4 (for a better price) as drink coasters.
I have some a dear friend made me years ago. (she is gone to heaven now) I love to use them and remember her and I drinking our tea together.
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