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Is there anything more adorable than a mini quilt? How about a mini baby quilt? Michelle Marr of Michelle's Romantic Tangle created this tiny wonder as a scaled down version of her Marilyn baby quilt, and she fell absolutely in love. More from Michelle:
"Yesterday, I thought I was in love with this little quilt. Now that I've got it quilted, it's a case of full blown quilt lust.
"In case you didn't read the last post, this is a scaled down version of Marilyn with the color placement in the nine-patch blocks reversed. The blocks are 1 1/2" and the quilt itself finishes at about 7" square. I could have, by the absolute skin of my teeth, used the same fat quarter for the top and back and binding, but I decided to use a piece from a coordinating pink fat quarter. The more different pinks in my stash the better, right?"
Get the original Marilyn baby quilt tutorial here.
Finished Size: 7" x 7" (18cm x 18cm)
Skill Level: Beginner
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