Mini Plus Sign Hanging Quilts

Mini Plus Sign Hanging Quilts {an Art School Dropout's life}

Earlier this week I hit 3,000 followers on Instagram. As a thank you to all of the inspiring, creative, ambitious and supportive people I have met through this social networking portal, I set up a giveaway. I made the above two mini quilts specifically to say thank you. I made one Black, White and Gray for all my followers who I know love the basics, and then I made a rainbow sprinkle one for all those followers who are colorful and bubbly.

They are each 7″ square and hung from a walnut dowel that has not been stained, but was just left its natural color. I loved making these, because I finished them in a day which gave me a feeling of accomplishment. I’m all for projects like that!

Mini Plus Sign Hanging Quilts {an Art School Dropout's life} Mini Plus Sign Hanging Quilts {an Art School Dropout's life}I know I will probably get asked where the sprinkle fabric is from, and I’m sorry to say it can’t be purchased. I made it for my own personal use from a photo I took of an entire bottles worth of sprinkles. I get it printed on a fat quarter and just cut small pieces from it, and I have no idea how to make it into a repeat pattern.┬áIf anyone else is interested in just fat quarters too, let me know and I’ll set up a listing on Spoonflower.

Oh and while I have your attention, I would like to thank you too!! Thank you for reading my little blog and encouraging me to continue!!


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3 thoughts on “Mini Plus Sign Hanging Quilts

  1. These are so cool. And I love the sprinkle fabric. So unique and fun! (And I just love the idea of turning a photograph into fabric and my mind is spinning with possibilities).

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