Friday, July 15, 2016

Forgotten Friday Finish - Mini Mini Edition

And yet another forgotten Friday finish.  Maritime Modern Quilt Guild did a 6-inch mini mini swap.

I decided to make pinwheels from tiny HST's.  This is the second time I've done pinwheels in a mini mini, and I quite like it.  Yes, there is snow in the backyard.  The swap was originally scheduled for March (when I took the photo), but due to a snowstorm, our meeting was cancelled.  The swap was postponed until June.


I received this awesome mini mini from Crystal.  Those are tiny EPP hexies...wow.



I've been so busy that I haven't thought about making more mini minis, but I think it's time to work on some designs.  Have a great weekend!


10 comments:

  1. They're both wonderful and on a hot day, like today, that snow looks pretty good....lol.

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  2. Ha, great minds...you and I each posted today about a minimini! Love yours. Don't love the snow even though some in a drink might be nice right about now lol!

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  3. Cute mini!
    I just thought the snow was because it was Canada! My husband was in Alberta and BC in June, and he had snow and sleet and 40C-plus temperatures.

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  4. I love that there is snow in your photo. After a long day in the hot sun, it's refreshing to be reminded of winter! I really like the tonal color subtlety in your pinwheels, and I am always amazed at EPP hexies, but especially when they are so tiny.

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  5. Once again two lovely minis, and like Yvonne I like the tonal variation in your pinwheels.

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  6. Those minis are way too cute!

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  7. It's living happily on my bulletin board! Such cheery colours!

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  8. I could use a little of that snow right about now. Great mini!

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  9. Both are lovely little mini minis. That snow looks pretty good right about now, since it is so stinking hot outside. Isn't funny how quickly time can fly?

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