Creating a Mini Quilt Gallery

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
  • This will give you a rough idea of where you want to place them.

  • 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
  • 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.

  • 🙂 Change it if you don’t like it!
  • 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.

  • For fun add a bit of contrast with wood, ceramic, and paper
  • Tole Pained Wooden Hearts add a nice contrast to the mini quilt gallery

The almost finished mini quilt gallery
The almost finished mini quilt gallery.

This is the center of the all that jazz mini quilt.
Mini quilt center close up
Dull woman have immaculate houses cross stitch


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