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Sunday, November 09, 2014

Rail Fence Miniature

Slow Sunday Stitching
Miniature quilt
Miniature quilt

Miniature quilt
Detail hand quilted border

Miniature quilt
Miniature quilt backing

Miniature quilt
Miniature quilt backing

This mini quilt measures 11" x 8". The Rail Fence center measures 7.25" x 4.50".
Each block 1.50" x 1.50". Each stripe 1.50" x 0.75".
It is machine pieced, hand quilted and hand binded.
Hand binding explanations here.

I am linking up today with Kathy for Slow Sunday Stitching, and with Karen for Sew Many Ways.

Best wishes for a wonderful stitching Sunday.

Pour mes amies francaises

Ce quilt mesure  28 cm x 20 cm.
Le motif central  19 cm x 11cm.
Chaque block       4 cm x  4 cm.
Chaque bande     4 cm x  1 cm.

Ce mini quilt est fait a partir de petites chutes de tissus. Il est assemble a la machine et quilte a la main. La bordure est cousue a la machine sur l'endroit et a la main sur l'envers du travail avec un petit point glisse. Explications ici.

Je souhaite a toutes mes amies quilteuses un super dimanche!

Christine



25 comments:

  1. What a sweet miniature in rail fence, Christine! Thanks for the measurements!
    Beautiful backing as well, so suitable with the fruit :-)

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  2. Very nice! Mini quilts are so fun!

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  3. Rail fence makes a great mini! Thanks for the inspiration, I am always looking for mini ideas!

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  4. A pretty scrappy rail fence piece.

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  5. This is so sweet and perfect for a table topper!

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  6. Oh how cute! I can't believe how small those blocks are. Some people throw away pieces that small and you put them to such good use.

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  7. What a sweet little quilt. I need to use my scraps to make something like this. Beautiful.

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  8. Merci beaucoup pour ce charmant tuto !! Que rêver de mieux pour écluser quelques chutes ??
    Votre mini est adorable .....
    Bonne soirée et à bientôt !

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    1. Merci Cecile, savez-vous que vous etes "noreply" blogger?

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    2. Ah non..je vais tenter de remédier à cela ! Merci Christine de me l'avoir précisé !! ;)

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    3. Les minis sont toujours très appréciés pour nos chutes....Je crois qu'il va falloir que je rectifie mon profil !

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  9. HI, Love this Mini!
    Want to make one similar!
    Thanks for sharing!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  10. Hi Christine! i found you at the Linky Party - I'm the t-shirt quilt - haha! I love your little quilt, and your hand stitching is beautiful! Nice to meet you!
    Jayne

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  11. Beautiful stitching Christine, and wonderful photographs as ever :)

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  12. I absolutely adore this pattern -- and you've done a beautiful job making it a miniature! It's really lovely, Christine! :)

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  13. Your blocks are so small and neat - just lovely!

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  14. Tiny precious strips, all made into a charming quilt! I have never worked so small, but you're inspiring me!

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  15. A perfect little treasure to enjoy!
    So glad you could join us for some slow stitching!

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  16. What a lovely handquilting motive

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  17. Itty bitty and simply sweet! Lovely work, Christine. The quilting is the icing on the cake! C'est magnifique!

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  18. Tout petit mais si joli ! Merci pour vos partages et la traduction en français Christine : Bises Martine D

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    1. Merci a vous Martine pour votre visite et pour ce gentil commentaire!

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