I'm a little late for mini-quilt Monday, but these -alongs are supposed to be low stress. First of all, I have some micro-mini quilts.
They measure 2 inches by 3 inches! One of my assignments for teacher training is to come up with three small objects to represent each of the 26 sounds in the alphabet. "q" objects are a little harder to come by, so I'm making enough to trade with all of my classmates. They're fun to make, and I was using just tiny snippets of fabric. I used fusible webbing to stick the snippets onto a 2x3 "backing" piece, and then quilted across the layers and satin stitched the edges.
Here's a slightly bigger mini-quilt.
I wanted to play with putting orange, pink, and turquoise together. I like it! I think I might like this more without the white breaking up the color, because I just love riots of color. But this quilt is still quite good at making me smile.
And finally, here's a non-mini quilt-in-progress.
I finally laid out all of my hexagons a few weeks ago. I like the way this came together! I'm currently attaching column 3 to column 4, and it's a little slow going. I'm enjoying the process, however, and some day I'll have a pretty quilt to show for it.