Sunday, February 17, 2013

Duplicity

I really HAD to make another mini heart quilt. I enjoyed the process immensely. I pretty much stitched the last stitch on this binding and then picked up my rotary cutter and dug in my scrap bin - more 1.5 inch squares were on my agenda. Some of these wee squares were turned into teeny tiny HST's...


Some miniature HST's...so freakin' cute.


 For me, the layout stage is always a party...




As in my last mini heart, I found the task of transfering the squares to the grid quite satisfying - very neat and tidy - every little square in its own little home. For both my mini heart quilts I have used this fabulous tutorial to make the block.





And finishing up at a whopping 12 inch square...I have added this little one to the growing collection on my sewing room wall.




Have a wonderful week all! What sewing fun have you been up to? Linking up with 'Let's get Acquainted' Monday link up being hosted by Martha at Weekend Doings.


~Lisa

14 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! Really, really love this cute little heart.
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  2. I love this!! Makes me want to make one!

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  3. That is really really gorgeous! I love it!

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  4. love the heart, and what a great choice of monochrome fabrics. : )

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  5. Oh my goodness, all those teeny squares! It turned out gorgeous.

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  6. This is fabulous....once again!

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  7. What an awesome interpretation of the pixelated heart quilt. Great color combinations!

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  8. Wow! I really love this and am putting on my Make Someday list... I have used that grid material for watercolor quilts and it works great.

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  9. That is so adorable. Love how you did this.

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  10. Totaly cute! I am scared of triangles.

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  11. It is gorgeous Lisa. I love of the fabrics that you used. So beautiful!

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  12. Really love this, thanks for sharing your inspiration!

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  13. I loved your last heart but I think this one might have taken over now. The colours, the fabrics, just perfect :)

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