Handmade Home, One Mini at a Time

by Amy Gibson
Handmade Home, One Mini at a Time

"Mini quilts have come a long way since the early 19th century. No longer is pint-sized patchwork limited to use as a teaching tool for young girls just learning to sew and quilt. Today's ever-growing and evolving quilting community has reshaped the scope of what mini quilts are and can be. As a result, mini quilts have become wildly popular, and it's easy to see why."

For more information on the resurgence of miniature quilt popularity, read this engaging article in the McCall's Quilting January/February 2015 issue shown below.

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Follow along with Amy Gibson's adventures in sewing and motherhood on her blog, stitcherydickorydock.com.

 

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Handmade Home, One Mini at a Time is a featured article in the McCall's Quilting January/February 2015 issue shown below. 

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