Hello! Well…as I’ve mentioned a few times, I’m anxious to get going on holiday sewing. But I knew I was going to make one more fall project…ever since I finished up my Maple Sky quilt I knew I needed to make a mini version…it was just a matter of finding the time!
So this week I got it all figured out, and then cut and sewed it in one day!
This really was a fun project…I’m glad I got it finished up in time to really get a lot of use out of it this year. And…if you would like to make one, too…I have the pattern all ready!
I wrote the pattern so it is fat eighth friendly, but of course you can use scraps to give your blocks even more variety! I did some simple straight line quilting which always works with scrappy quilts…I may add just a bit more, though, and quilt another line in between all of my existing lines.
I pulled fabrics from a variety of Fig Tree collections, and while you can make your backgrounds scrappy, I chose to use a solid ivory and then add in the low-volume sash strips.
The quilt finishes up at 21″ x 21″, so it’s a perfect table topper, wall hanging, or pillow top!
You can find paper and PDF versions of Maple Sky Mini in my Etsy shop now. They’ll both be on sale for $4.99 through the end of October.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Laura Geiger, PsyD says
Thanks for a beautiful fall project. I love your use of Fig Tree!! Just perfect.
Little Quiltsong says
Love your Maple Sky Mini! The Fig Tree Fabrics make for a perfect fall colorway. Beautiful!
Needled Mom says
That is beautiful. It would make the perfect little quilt for the Minis and More.
Beautiful! And you know me and my love for minis … I need this pattern:-)
Helen L says
it's beautiful Sherri!! Is this the mini quilt for the month? I can't remember. 🙂 Hugs, Helen
That's a really gorgeous quilt♥
Your quilt is beautiful Sherri.
So cute! I can always count on you to bring me another "must make" design. Love this!