Thursday, July 24, 2014

Fun-Size Quilts Blog Hop


Hi guys! Today is a great day. Why? We get to talk about the first compilation book we've ever been a part of! The fabulous Martingale crew have put together this wonderful book full of adorable little quilts that are no bigger than a fat quarter. Fun-Size Quilts has 19 projects that require just a little bit of fabric and time = lots of fun fun fun!

Flipping through the book is such a joy; it’s clean, light, bright and to-the-point! The projects vary from what I call easy-peasy piecing to more intensive (but well worth it) applique. Kimberly and Jocelyn have three quilts in this book – “A Banner Day”, “Sunshine”, and “Hi!” – that we hope you’re going to love!


Notice that “Sunshine” is on the COVER!!


Here are some other quilts that caught our eye!


Melissa Corry’s “Quiltalicious” – I love quilts that make you scratch your head and think, “How’d she do that?” Plus, Melissa herself is just so darn lovable!

“Hedgehog Heyday” by Cheri Leffler is friggin’ cute. Just. So. Cute. Can’t. Look. Away. I have a friend who is obsessed with hedgehogs, and this would be the perfect gift for her!


Vickie Eapen’s “Particularly Joyful” is so scrappily lovely! I admit to not having tried English paper piecing before, but her project has just a few hexagons and would be a great place to start.

There are definitely other quilts in here with cool techniques to try – head over Martingale’s blog today for a chance to win one of 16 copies of the Fun-Size Quilts e-book and ....

We are also giving away five paper copies of Fun-Size Quilts to five lucky winners, so you have double the chances for winning! All you have to do is comment below and let us know how would you display a mini quilt? The winners will be announced on July 31st through email. Thank you so much and happy quilting!


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Liz Rehrauer said...

I love putting my minis on tables and bedroom dressers. These minis are so darn cute. I love "HI" why didn't I think of that

valentinegirl said...

So cute! My sister is really into foxes right now--so I would make her the mini fox and make it into a large floor pillow for her family room. I have some fabric left from the big quilt I made her last year so it would even match!

Brynn said...

Such cute minis! I have a wall beside my sewing machine that's asking for mini :)

DebrafromMD said...

I have a long wall in the hall leading to my kitchen that is just begging for a row of miniature quilts.

Laurel said...

I would display fun size quilts (several) on a wall. These quilts are charming!

Paula @ Sewy Stuff said...

I haven't made a mini yet, but would love to do so. I would bring it to work and display it on my wall here. All my co-workers have seen photos of my quilts, but I seldom bring an actual quilt because it's just too inconvenient. Mini's would be a great way to "show off"!!

Deidra said...

I would display these quilts in my sewing room on the walls.

ikk said...

The only mini I've made is "displayed" from time to time on my coffee table, but I guess that walls in my office could become handy;)

Nancy said...

I love displaying mini quilts on coffee tables and end tables. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

VickiT said...

I think I'd display a grouping of mini quilts on the wall just inside my sewing room. OR maybe even hang them amongst the family pictures that line both sides of our hallway in our home. That would be super cute to add a bit of rest for the eyes from staring at pictures with the pop of color.

Mine-rSewFun said...

Cheri Lefflers appliqué animals are so adorable! I highly recommend her book, Animal Parade! Happy to see she is included here! And of course, I love Kimberly's "Hi". :-)

Vroomans' Quilts said...

I have 3 different size table topper hangers and several size wire and wood hangers for the wall,

Diane in Delaware said...

The only "minis" I've made get hung on a hook with pretty satin ribbon attached to the back of the quilt. This book looks like such an inspiration! Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy!

Anonymous said...

Fun Sized Quilts would be perfect to use for our new house. I have so many bed quilts but not enough decorations for the walls and tables. Great idea.

Billy'sgirl said...

I know exactly where they would go. I have just finished redecorating my sewing room, and I have a wall outside the room that would be a perfect space for 2 or 3 mini quilts. Thanks for the inspiration!

Diane in Delaware said...

I would give a mini quilt to the new little girl in our lives to use for her dolls :)

Quilter Kathy said...

I have a wall in my sewing room that has hangers for 6 mini quilts, and I change them regularly. This would be a perfect book to inspire me to make more :)

Jennifer said...

On my sewing room wall.

Sandra said...

All of these quilts would look great being displayed on either the back of a couch or even hung up on a wall. I would like to make a mini for myself and put it on a hanger in my bedroom. There are so many talented designers that each and every one captures your heart. Thank you for the chance to win of Fun-sized quilts.

Sandi Timmons
sandit1@sbcglobal.net

JAB said...

I'm still trying to find a hanger for a quilt. I found a lovely one in Australia, but no suitcase space! No display until I can find a good way to hang one!

Nancy said...

Theses are all so sweet! I have a Blank wall in my Breakfast Nook and Mini's would look adorable there~

Thanks, Nancy

Carol Brennan said...

I love the hedgehog quilt! I would display these on a table in the dining room, or as an accent in my kitchen/breakfast room. Great ideas.

Gina M said...

My entryway is very small with an awkward, narrow partial wall... happily it is also the perfect spot for my small and mini quilts :-)

Sue Flynn said...

I really want to try all these beautiful patterns.

Katie said...

I have mini quilts hanging from an IKEA wire in my craft space and I have another one pinned on the wall -- as my collection grows I will probably be doing more pinning.

Karen said...

I use a mini as a table topper.

Barb N said...

My minis would look great in a collage on the wall above my sewing machine. Makes me smile thinking about it!

Margaret said...

I would love to hang a mini in my bedroom above my bed by a group of family photos.

Snow said...

I have made three minis so far. One is a table topper, one is a toilet bowl topper, and one is a wall-hanging.

Lisa Marie said...

I like mini quilts hanging on the wall and also used as table toppers or runners.

Lavonne Hansen said...

My grandson would love the Hedgehog in his room by his gerbil

Heidi said...

So fun! I would probably first make a mini quilt for my daughter to use in her do crib :-)

Gill said...

I'd hang a mini on the wall of my sewing room!

Rebecca said...

I am thinking that they would be fun on the wall of the stairway going down to my sewing room...

Cathy Frankel said...

I have made the front panel of a tote from a mini quilt. That way you carry it around where ever you go. Meet lots of interesting people along the way, and talk about my passion!

Karin said...

I've got a blank wall that needs some decoration in my family room!

Monica said...

I'd love to incorporate a mini quilt on a tote.

Kristy said...

These are so cute! I have some wall space in my sewing area that is blank. These would all look so cute there. I like the idea of a rod to hang some of them. I also use the wooden quilt hang-ups which would also look very nice. K-

Nancy said...

I have a location on one of the walls of my entry that I rotate wall quilts and minis on. Would be nice to have another one to add to the rotation nridder@hurontel.on.ca

Rosalind Gutierrez said...

Mini quilts serve as great hot pads for tea with mom.

songbird857 said...

I think I would love to make a few of these and group them together!
vicnorm@Yahoo.com

Lisa said...

I have a wall in my sewing room that is calling for some fun sized quilts!

Laura said...

I have started a wall in the guest bedroom!

Rosalind Gutierrez said...

I would have one on my kitchen table for decor and use as a hot pad.

mama dub said...

I have started making mini quilts for a wall in my sewing room. This book looks great and I love calling them fun size quilts! Thanks for the chance to win!

Sandra said...

Fun-sized quilts sounds like so much mini quilting fun. What a great idea and to think that making one of these myself would be the ideal mini for my sewing room wall. Thank you so much for the chance to win.

Sandi Timmons
sandit1@sbcglobal.net

Jess said...

I hang mine in my sewing space, which is also my dining room/living room/kitchen, so really they just become part of the overall decor of the apartment. Thanks!

Jeanie said...

Darling book! I have a magnetic café rod on my front door and I change my mini quilts often by hanging them with café hook. Thanks for the giveaway!

Penny D said...

I usually use dowel rods to hang my mini quilts.

Lise said...

We are redecorating Our guest bedroom and a mini quilt would be Perfect!

Walter said...

I have a LOT of windows in my house and hence not too much wall space so little quilts are perfect especially in little hallway corners--a nice little surprise! pjrcontest@msn.com

Marguerite said...

I love mini quilts. They can brighten up any room by hanging them. I also like the quilt stands that hold small quilts. It can also be put on a horizontal flag stand. That always looks great

Anonymous said...

I will use minis for accent tables, small wall spaces, and gifts. I love this new book with the cute hedgehog pattern!
Jan at jcmcenter@msn.com

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I have a space in my guest room that would work perfectly for a mini quilt

vickievanphd said...

Love mini's. I put them on tables, on my entry way post, in the bedroom, bathroom, well anywhere there is a little nook that needs a lift :)

michelle said...

This is great!! I am excited to see more!!! I have a couple minis right now and am thinking that a few more could really liven up some awkward (small!!) wall areas in my home.....yay!!! I love to put them up so they can be seen and enjoyed!!

charlotte said...

I have a wall that I want to do a collection of minis on.

Crickets Corner said...

What a great book. I have a wall in my sewing room that has enough room for two more mini's and I see two that would look really cute there.

Jill Ellis said...

I have two mini quilts at work, so the next one I make will go on my cube walls to brighten up the drab gray area!

Cindy said...

There's so many places to display mini quilts from the odd little wall spaces that you just can't do anything "major" with to the back corner of a table or dresser. I love having them in unexpected places to brighten up an otherwise forgotten space.

Annie said...

If I get up the nerve to make a mini, I will get one of those cute mini stands and display it in my family room.

Debbie said...

I would hang them on the wall. A montage of all of them would be super cute!

Karenteacher said...

I would probably hang mini quilts on the wall - just in case my dog takes a liking to one!

HeatherK @ A Reformed Heath'n said...

I like to put minis on table surfaces that I want to keep clear. No one wants to incur mom's wrath by junking them up =)

Maree in NC ☺ said...

I'd love to cover several walls with these oh so cute minis, especially in my granddaughter's room and my sewing room and my dining room, and . . . . . ! ☺ Thanks a bunch for the chance to win! ☺

my nana maree @ yahoo . com

Robin McGuire said...

I use mini quilts everywhere -- on tables, hung on the wall, draped over cupboards. Next on my list is to get a small doll bed or cradle for displaying minis!

Sigi G said...

Love all the mini quilts. So far I have displayed mine on the wall, but they would make really cute table toppers too.

Kim @ TiesThatBindQuilting said...

I'm putting together a new sewing space that definitely needs some wall decor!

quilt455 said...

I would use then at work in my office to brighten it...on the wall, on my desk or bookcase, etc.

Marguerite said...

You know, using them as wall hangings is a fabulous way to showcase.

Marguerite said...

What can I say? Your 3 mini's are really cute

Marguerite said...

What can I say? Your 3 mini's are really cute

Farm Quilter said...

I would display a mini quilt on my living room wall or dining room table. They are so cute they would make anywhere look special!

Marguerite said...

What can I say? Your 3 mini's are really cute

Mary Green said...

I love putting minis on an antique dresser in my entry hall. I would also like to hang a nice rod so I can hang a different mini every month or season

Michele said...

I would display a mini quilt in my new quilt ladder. Probably fold it in half and hang it on a rung! These quilts look adorable :-) I do love small quilts. It gives you a chance to experiment with fabrics you might not usually think about putting in your quilts.

Karen Thurn said...

Very cute!! I'd make several minis from this book so I hope I'm one of the lucky winners. I'd display my quilt on the wall or use it as a centerpiece on the table. kthurn@bektel.com

OhioLori said...

I would use my Mini"s on totes, Pillows, and hang around my house...'specially in my Sewing Room!! :) Would also make Awesome Gifts for Family & Friends!!

Marly said...

I would hang mini quilts in my entrance hall, and change them around now and again. I would also them on small tables in the hall and dining room, and on bedside tables, where I now have inherited crochet mats.
Thanks for the chance to win.

sandra said...

I'd make a collage of minis for my craft room.

Jacklynn said...

I hang my minis on the wall behind my sewing machine, there are currently 5 hanging there, with a sixth one a WIP. Thanks for the give away!

jinsnapp said...

I have a great art space wall above my living room. I would love to display several mini quilts there.

Elle D said...

I'd make a pillow with one. Otherwise I'd sew a bunch together for a throw!

CL said...

I hang minis in the powder room in my house.

Julie C. said...

I like to display my mini's on my "high top" counter in my kitchen - they decorate an otherwise boring area...if they don't get covered up in junk! ;-)

SewCraftyJenn said...

Either on a wall hanger, as a table topper, or a doll quilt. Thanks for the opportunity!

delaineelliott said...

I would display mini quilts in a grouping on a wall. Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

memmens said...

I'd love to make some mini's they'd be great on the wall of my sewing space.

stephanie said...

I love the sunshine quilt! I think a fun way to display a mini quilt would be to hand it on a wall, with an over sized picture frame to 'frame' it, but not touching the quilt, just kinda floating around it.

Pamela Neal said...

I would hang it on the wall among photos of my family.

stephanie said...

*hang

Crafty Coffin said...

I would love to hang a mini quilt over my sewing space!

Anita said...

I hang my minis on the walls around in my house.

Kathy H said...

I have some wire hangers that I like to hang small quilts on the wall and also a table top stand.

susan said...

My minis hang on the walls, decorate my work cube, lay on tables, hang on a mini quilt stand or keep the dollies warm.

KatheG said...

How would I display? New table covers. Hang in small areas on the walls. Guess that about 'covered' it. Thanks.

tac73 said...

I love putting mini quilts on a small clothesline to display them.

Gayle Fahrion said...

I like to hang them on my walls. I have some runners that I use on dining tables and one that my mil made with a billiards motif hangs by our pool table. Actualky all my runners are gifts from her. All my smalls are made by me.

Kartar Kaur Khalsa said...

Above my Mom's antique desk - for inspiration <3

Mary said...

I would like to display mini quilts on the walls in my kitchen/dining area.

Linda said...

HI, I'm ready with an oak shelf with dowel hanging under it+I'd put the Mini right in the living room! Thanks for sharing!

msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Kathryn said...

I'd put them on the small table in my entryway.

Amanda J said...

I've seen a pretty cool looking trouser hanger in a well know flat pack furniture shop that I think would be perfect for mini quilt display-age!! I think I would just hand it amongst frames on a photo wall - since all these quilts in this book look like little bits of art!

Unknown said...

On my living room wall! rcwliberty@gmail.com

Pauline Perry said...

I love all of these mini quilts and have about 5 I want to make right now from this book!! When I have made one I would like to hang it on a beautiful hanger - I have seen some made of iron that have hearts and curliques to make a very pretty hanger for quilted fabric art.
Pauline

perry94022 at hotmail dot com

joanold said...

I love making mini quilts so this book is a 'must have' for me. I display them on bedside tables and on the wall in my sewing room.

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

What cute quilts! I hang little quilts in our entry and need to make something bright and happy. Love 'Hi'! Thanks for the fun!

Shauna said...

so so cute. I want to do a mini quilt to hang above my desk, just to give me something pretty to look at

Dana Crossland said...

I would display them on the couch and arm rests at home. Something fun for the furniture. I would also make some as pillows.

Sorcha girl said...

I'd use a mini quilt as a table topper or displayed on my wire stand, depending on the quilt. Looks like a great book...love "Hi". Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

Lisa E said...

Mini quilts are great for decorating small walls, end tables, and dolls.

Anonymous said...

I probably have 150 fat quarters.

Lee said...

I would like to display the sunshine quilt in my work office! thanks!

Sally M said...

I started a wall for minis in my sewing room so most of them would go there. Fat Quarter Shop your patterns are adorable!

RosieGma said...

I display my quilts where ever they land, on the ceiling , the wall, on a bed, couch, chair, table have even made them stay on the floor of the bathroom...I like hiding things behind quilts, like doors, electric boxes, shelves, even the bunkbeds....

Carol said...

I have a wall across from my sewing room door that I would like to turn into a mini quilt wall. So far I only have one mini (a spool quilt) but I have plans for a bunch more.

Christine M said...

I have a whole wall in our main living area that is covered in mini quilts. At Christmas time they all come down and all the Christmas ones go up. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

RosieGma said...

I would love to add some mini quilts to my sewing room wall...

Beth said...

On my bookshelf with other cool stuff.

Kearstie Grenier said...

I like to display mini quilts on the walls in small spaces that regular quilts wouldn't fit. The office is a good place for this; adds a homey touch.

RosieGma said...

Would love to put onto my window....

Anne D said...

I love minis. I put them on the wall, use them as mats and make them into cushions. The book looks great!

Anita said...

Love the quilts you showed! I would display a mini quilt on my wall, I'm hoping to have a whole wall devoted to minis. Thanks for the giveaway :)

Deb G. in VA said...

I like to display my mini quilts on an Ackfeld wire stand or hang them on the wall. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of Fun-Sized Quilts!

Trish said...

I like to hang my minis on a wall in my sewing room. I have been looking for the perfect mini to hang in my office and I think Sunshine would be perfect!!!

Marca said...

I have one of the wire table frames and a couple of the wall hangers that allow me to switch out different minis easily, for seasonal quilts or just a change.
Raylynn(at)homemail(dot)com

pkrueger said...

I use mini's for my dining room table or my buffet. Love the Sunshine and the HI! Thanks!
pattik@windstream.net

Sandra said...

I just love this mini quilt and I would love to make it and show it off, but I am really trying to win your giveaway. Can't blame a quilter for trying. I already fell in love with the Fun-size Quilt Book by just googling over the pictures.

Sandi Timmons
sandit1@sbcglobal.net

Rachell said...

Table runners, piano runners, or little wall hangings! I gotta convince my husband that quilts are not just usable and belong on a bed, but usable art too...so mini quilts are perfect for walls.

Janet Ward said...

I have two places I'd live to put a variety of "mini" quilts, one is in my foyer and it is before my Kitchen, where people coming in can see things I like. The second one is in my sewing room, where I can display my most recent project that I keep for myself, then I thought of one other place... To grace the back of my grandDaughters baby doll as she cradles it in her arms. The best place to see something I've made, cause she loves stuff I make. Thanks for the opportunity to allow me to enter you contest for a copy if the book! Janet

Debi Horne said...

I love these! I would display them on my table, put them in frames, or put a couple on the wall. Thanks for the chance.

Karla Vernon said...

I display mini quilts on coat hanger type wire that usually has a decorative element to it. It has a hanging rod attached.

Karla Vernon said...

I would display a mini quilt by purchasing a hanger specific for that purpose that has wire bent into various design elements and a rod below.

Anonymous said...

My daughter is obsessed with making beds for all her babies (anything stuffed counts as a baby)- so she's always asking for blankets for them-- these would be lovely. Thanks for the chance to win! Sarah: crjandsbj(at)netzero(dot)com

Laura B said...

I've never made a mini quilt, but I would probably use clear pushpins.

Cecilia said...

I have a few on book shelves and on walls. I love mini-quilts!

Lavonne Hansen said...

Hedgehogs it is for my grandson's room next to the gerbil.

mboykin said...

These look like fun!

swakins said...

I like to hang them in my bedroom so
I can change the look frequently without a lot of effort

Kirsten said...

I would like to have a special wall dedicated to hanging some mini quilts - I think they would look lovely grouped together.

Kathy E. said...

I would display my mini quilt of art on my sewing room wall, hung with a dowel and a fancy knob for a hook.

Julie said...

I would display a Mini quilt on my office door on a cute hanger.

Janarama said...

I display my mini quilts in my home office.

banjo795 said...

I have just enough wall space in my office for a mini quilt!

Marianne said...

I like to hang the little quilts up on my sewing room wall.

Robin (noteverstill/noteversewing) said...

I love to see them so I like hanging them up almost anywhere!

Kyle Clark said...

Love! Display in our quilt room to make us smile!

Anita said...

I have several minis that I hang through out my house

MoeWest said...

I would use a mini on a table or on the wall. This book has so many great ones!

haddie said...

I have them either hung on the wall or some I use for table toppers thanks for the chance to win

BeachQuilter said...

I love the wire tabletop frames. Soon I hope to have enough minis to display on a wall!

Sarina said...

So far all our mini quilts are displayed on American Girl beds! They are very loved. :)

Linda Page said...

I'd display a mini quilt on the sofa in the living room and one in our room above our bed and maybe one in the main entryway--which means on the front of the coat closet door. I love the hedgehogs!

Anonymous said...

I would hang mini quilts on the walls throughout my home.
sugar_lin2 at hotmail dot com

Miggsie said...

I'd love to have a collection of minis hanging in my sewing room.

Unknown said...

the sunshine mini is so cute, I always need a mini quilt for the little table on my balcony

Alesya said...

I would display fun size quilts (several) on a wall.

jillnjosh said...

I have a mini-quilt that I use as a table cover, but to display it I would probably have it mounted in a frame (keep the dust off of it) and keep it near my computer desk for inspiration.

Patch said...

You can try so many more styles of quilts if they're mini. Normal size quilts take too long for impatient people like me!

Katie said...

I have the perfect wall space in my seeing room

Betsy Smith said...

I have a great wall on my stairway to put mini and seasonal quilts.

Dave said...

Love the hedge hog!

Debby Thompson said...

I would hang my mini in my sewing room.Actually I could make several and hang them there. I love that idea

Janet said...

I've done several small quilts these past few months ... I like them on table tops, chair arms, walls, over a pillow that otherwise doesn't really "go". They can go on chairs (think chair pad), countertops and of course, under cats and dogs. This book looks great!

Cathy said...

I would hang a mini quilt in my kitchen and sewing room as that's where I seem to spend all of my time! The book looks wonderful and inspiring

Beth said...

I like to hang them on the wall and spread them on the table in the entryway.

Margaret said...

I know exactly how I would display one of those adorable mini quilts. I have a grandbaby on the way, my first, (so exciting), and I will make the hedgehog quilt and hang it in the nursery. This looks like a lot of fun.

Becca said...

I have slowly been covering the walls of my office cubicle with tiny quilts. Mug rugs are great for such a small space. These little quilts are perfect for hanging on the wall to share throughout the year.

Janie said...

Mine would be a wall hanging with the little clothes pins, love that look. Thanks for the giveaway.

suzanprincess said...

I'd hang minis in places I'd see them as I pass by, or sit and work, to add more pleasure to my daily world. And then I'd make more to share with friends to do the same.

Jayne said...

I love to hang them on the wall! Triangles in the corners and a mini piece of wood with a hole in the middle on the back. It looks good and hangs those minis perfectly!

B. J. Woodlee said...

I would hang on wall in sewing room. b.j.day68 at gmail dot com

Wendy said...

I'd love to hang them all on the wall outside my sewing room

Patti said...

I would love to hang a mini above the mantel in my living room! And then I'd make a bunch to hang in other rooms too!

Dana Gaffney said...

I hang mini quilts all over the house on the walls.

Coser Tejer Crear said...

I hang them in my studio or in my kids room.

leanne said...

I love minis and I love putting them around the house - I'm running out of wall space in my sewing room so I think my living room is next !

fda84e44-8b88-11e3-add3-000bcdca4d7a said...


Mini quilts are such fun - they can go anywhere - on the wall - table - dresser - thanks for such a fun looking book.
MaryLou
Fun4Me1249@aol.com

Kathy Davis said...

I have made mini quilts before and I hang them in my utility room. Sounds like a strange place but my utility room is very unique and right off my kitchen. You have to walk through it to get to the rest of the house. So.. the best place to be displayed.
Kathy Davis
kdavis1@centurytel.net

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

Adorable minis!! I plan to display a mini quilt in our small RV so it feels like 'home' while we are on the road.

Sue Halter said...

Looks like a great book. Thanks for the opportunity to win one.

Susan said...

I would make it into a wall hanging.

SunflowerSkies said...

One of these would be great to put in my workspace!

GranChris said...

I like to frame them and hang them as pictures.

GrannyTo8Boys said...

I must make this quilt,“Hedgehog Heyday” by Cheri Leffler.

Jennifer Gleich said...

I have made a few mini quilts. This book looks delicious. I would hang a mini quilt from this book on the wall in front of my desk at work for all of our clients to see as they walk in.

Donna W said...

I like to display them it small wall areas. Around the opening from our kitchen to family room, there is a "skinny" wall. Small quilts look great hanging there.

Debby said...

I would like to drape them over the edges of my shelves in my sewing room or create a mini wall like so many great quilters have been doing!

GrannyTo8Boys said...

I haven't made a wall quilt yet, so I will make one for the Living room wall where all could see it and enjoy. Something with flowers would be nice especially for winter when it is so very cold.

Bridget Jane said...

I like to hang them on the wall or use like a table runner.

Lee Ann L. said...

I would hang them in my new-soon-to-be room which once was the attached garage. Thank you for a chance to win.

Sandra Walker said...

I put small quilts on my coffee table, on my kitchen table, on my island, on a wall (love getting cute wire hangers at various quilt shops), on a dresser, or a night table, on the walls of my sewing space... tons of places!!

Marie Chat said...

These quilts are so darling. The little hedgehog quilt was a winner for me. When we were stationed in England while in the Air Force, these little guys would come out and 'play' in the 'garden'. I would make this one for sure and hang in my small half bath to brighten it up and provide a little smile to someone's day! Thanks!

LKimmell said...

I'd make them all and show off on hallway walls ...thanks for the chance to win a fun fiiledidea book!

suecieslak said...

I would place them on my bed. Currently I am very interested in Bed runners. Can't get enough of them. This looks like they would be perfect for the bed also.

Lisa said...

Oh, I want to be in this blog hop! These are so cute! I have a wall hanger so I would have to add a sleeve to the back of them! I would hang them on the walls of course! Really want this book!

StarSpry said...

This looks like such a great book! I would hang mini quilts on the wall. In my sewing room and throughout the house :) Thanks for the chance to win!

Kelly Wilson said...

We have high ceilings and large windows but only on one side of the loft. I could safely hang them between the windows and they would never be in the sunlight. Otherwise they would be kitty beds. Everything that is left out for any time at all is automatically a kitty bed. sigh
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Renea said...

I have a wall that is all mini quilts so I would hang a new quilt there. Thanks for the great giveaway.

Mary Ann R said...

I like to put the mini quilts on walls where there is not much space but something is still needed there. Mini quilt tops are also fun to just frame with a photo mat.
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