Whew! Made it by the skin of my teeth. It's been a busy morning, but I'm ready with my mini quilt and links to some other folks who've made minis as well.
But, before I get to that I thought I'd mention that my my work is being featured today on Scoutie Girl, a terrific design blog. Not only that but there's a link to my store on the site and that will be up all week. How cool is that? So, if you have a second, hop on over there and check that out.
OK, on to this week's mini quilt.
I had to take these pictures pretty quickly as it was starting to rain just as I got outside. This week's mini is a wee bit bigger than last week's, but still well within the parameters of a mini, I think. All the interior squares are dyed to mimic piecing with the technique that I described in my Quilting Arts article last December.
A fellow flickrite and I are admining (real word or product of the internet?) a group on flickr to feature over dyed and discharged fabric. If you've been experimenting with these processes or think you might in the future, or just want to see what folks are coming out with, Here's a link to that.
Also, check out the mini beauties made by Marty , Jacquie , and Melissa . I'm quite taken with them.
I'm not done with my Monday mini quilt madness ( now that's alliteration my high school English teacher would have been proud of). I'm sure you're all aware that the upcoming month of May conveniently begins with the letter M. It's practically kismet then that Mini Quilt Mondays continue through May. So, look for more of those here at the start of the work week and, by all means, let me know if you'd like to participate. You can make a mini for one Monday, or the even numbered Mondays or all of them. Just drop me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) anytime before 10:00 am CST on a given Monday and I'll link to your image or post.