When I started making Mini QuiltsI fell in love with them.
It’s not as if I hadn’t ever made small quilts before, I just didn’t have a strong attraction to them.
Well, that was then and this is now.
I think My Mini Quilt Obsession is here to stay.
But what to do with all those little treasures?
How about a mini quilt wall gallery?
Let’s face it you CAN NOT do this with a bunch of large quilts unless you’re a museum or something like that 🙂
So, let’s do this thing!
- First, gather the quilts and previewed them on the table or floor
- If your quilt has corner pockets or a sleeve, it’ll be easy to hang with command strips.
But if your quilt doesn’t have those cool built in corner pockets these little quilt hangers are perfect too!
- Make of those Orphan Blocks
- 🙂 Change it if you don’t like it!
- For fun add a bit of contrast with wood, ceramic, and paper
This will give you a rough idea of where you want to place them.
I love Baltimore Album style quilts and I have this delusion that I will actually start and finish one in my lifetime. I’ve tried twice with no luck. I added two of those blocks to the wall.
Command Strips make this process like magic.
No nails in the wall – If you don’t like the layout, no problem!
It’s easy to change and safe for your walls.
This is the center of the all that jazz mini quilt.
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