Mini Madness Quilt Along: Lesson 1 of 14

Ashley Slupe & Valerie Uland | Runtime (8 min)


Join McCall’s Quilting photography stylist Ashley Slupe and senior editor Valerie Uland as they introduce the four miniature quilt projects taught in the Mini Madness Quilt Along series. Miniature quilt making is enjoying a surge of popularity, and for good reasons! Minis are fun to make and great for display anywhere in the home. They also make treasured gifts. Basic best practices for miniature quilt making are also presented in this lesson. Get tips for mini cutting, piecing, pressing, and more in the Mini Madness Quilt Along!

The quilt patterns shown in this series may be found at the Quilt and Sew Shop.

Learn more about the Mini Madness Quilt Along

Check out notions and supplies recommended for miniature quilt making, including 6″ Perfect Scissors with microserrated blades, the Clover curved awl handy for manipulating tiny pieces of fabric, mini quilt patterns, and a fine-lead mechanical pencil to mark accurate, thin lines.

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