I began deconstructing some blocks by cutting them along the seam lines. It was tedious and a bit overwhelming, and the whole idea stalled. Plus I wasn't sure yet "exactly" what I wanted to make.
They went back in the bin and ended up stashed for the past 3 1/2 years.
Recently I saw this on Pinterest, and I was re-inspired.
A simple one-patch. That sounded like a plan. So I dug out the blocks and got to work. After a lot of cherry picking, slicing, and patch liberation, I ended up with a group I thought might work for a cute little mini.
Mine measures 7 1/2" x 10 1/2"
I have enough of those big blocks to make 50 more of these.
Which I won't, of course.
The back and binding, I believe, are vintage ... '60's, maybe?
I need to liberate more patches out of those blocks, and see what else I can come up with. Maybe a little quilt for my new doll cradle? 😊
OK.. that's it for me! Now go check out the other "Monthly Mini's" posted this month, over at The Constant Quilter!