Now we each have put together a tutorial for our quilts and I encourage you to check out them all. They are so stinkin' cute.
There is no doubt mine is the simplest of the group. There is a reason for that. Maybe you can guess, and if not, I will tell you in a bit=)
My little tutorial is easy.
You will need a 24" x 24" piece of white fabric and 4-6 pieces of Madhuri fabric - any size will do, ie. 5" squares, plus backing and batting. Your choice of fusible product is also required.
Apply fusing to the wrong side of the Madhuri prints. Cut out the prints in 1" strips.
Lay over the white fabric in a pleasing combination. Once arranged, fuse down.
Pin the batting and backing to quilt top.
Take a piece of painters masking tape and using a ruler, pick a spot in the middle of the quilt and lay the tape down right beside the ruler.
Now do a straight stitch right beside the tape line. This will ensure that you have straight lines throughout your quilt. Continue on and repeat if you want horizontal lines. I did vertical lines equally spaced apart through the whole quilt and then did sections of horizontal lines.
Bind when done.
Simple yet kinda cute=)
Now go and check out the other mini modern quilts!
Sally's is here, and guaranteed she will boost your spirits.
Candice has an adorable one here.
Jana got hers done with a newborn by her side.
Stephanie's attracted a whole lot of attention.
Brooke was sweet and took pics of all our quilts at market.