A Valentine's Day Mini Quilt

I have a really fun quilt finish to share today!

Back in January 2019, I saved a blog post by Sew Jess Handmade who made a "Love" mini quilt. She didn't provide a pattern or anything, but the math was pretty simple to figure out. 

I was scrolling through my blog saves between Christmas and New Year's Day and decided to add this to my to do list. I thought it would make a really fun Valentine's Day wall hanging for my "home office" (the corner of the dining room where my desk is set-up).

I used some red scraps and Kona White for the background. And the backing is a really fun print I found in my stash.

For the quilting, I was inspired by Debbie from a Quilter's Table and stitched some "Fancy Straight Lines" from the book WALK by Jacquie Gering. The straight lines are Aurifil #2600 (Dove) and the zig zags are Aurifil # 2230 (red) - both in 50 wt.

I love my "Love" mini quilt! LOL And making a small quilt was so much fun. I really liked trying a new quilting design. 

The details:
  • Pattern: None
  • Size: 19" x 20"
  • Fabrics: Kona White and red scraps 
  • Thread: Pieced with Aurifil #2600 (dove) and quilted with Aurifil #2600 (dove) and #2230 (red) in 50 wt


  1. What a fun mini; I hope it's already hanging in your office space. I really like that you used it to explore a new quilting technique, and the touch of red for the fancy lines is fantastic.

  2. This is a lovely little quilt. I especially like the quilting designs.


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