I love tiny quilts. They are perfect for welcoming a new life into your family, or even as a cute little wall hanging. No matter what you make a tiny quilt for, they’re always great.
The only thing about tiny quilts, especially with intricate patterns, is that they can be a little difficult to do. Once again, Jenny from Missouri Star Quilt Company makes it fun with an easy tutorial.
This Sundance quilt is detailed and stunning. You don’t need a lot of supplies, either, making it a great project to do with leftover fabric.
What you’ll need is:
Making this block becomes super easy with the addition of this little template Jenny uses. If you can’t get ahold of that template, you’ll want to sew four 1.5″ squares together.
Those 1.5″ squares are made up of four .375″ squares, two of which are solid and two are half-square triangles. The half square triangles are diagonal from each other, as are the solids.
This is why the little pattern Jenny uses makes it so much easier. Obviously to make this easier on yourself you can up the size of your quilt and use the same layout.
This pattern is absolutely darling and I adore it with almost every fabric combination! I made mine a bit larger so it would be more of an eye-catcher, and it’s perfect. It’s a real conversation piece!
If you do decide to make this quilt, watch Jenny’s tutorial down below so you can get the pointers necessary for making this as easy as possible!
What fabrics will you use for yours?