I`m not normally interested in minature quilts, all the quilts I make myself are full sized. However I totally fell in love with these exquisite tiny quilts by Dorian Walton.
The photograph doesn`t do this selection of Amish inspired quilts any justice. Let`s just say that they were so impressive in real life.
I took several attempts to try and capture the colours in this star pattern.
This is a wonderfully effective design and you can start to see some of the quilting in the border too.
A minature Sanderson Star........
And this gives you an idea of the size of these exquisite quilts. How fiddly it must have been to piece these tiny patches and then to produce the quilting. Just thinking about it gives me a headache.
Just look at the work in this wholecloth quilt.
And finally, a glorious version of the Cariad II quilt from Making Welsh Quilts, which was inspired by a Pembrokeshire quilt discovered on one of the Quilters Guild documentation day and recorded here.