Text Me Mini Quilt

For the Text Me Mini Quilt Swap I decided that I’d make two versions of my swap quilt so I would have one to keep. (I shared all the details in this previous post.) In early September I mailed off the first mini to Monica in Florida. While I was away at a guild quilt retreat at the beginning of November I finally finished my own version of the mini. You saw a peek of if when I showed off the Schnitzel and Boo Mini that I received, since the Text Me mini is hanging (for the time being) in my dining room. Here it is!

I'm really pleased with the effect of using that number fabric from the center for the binding. And I just love the sudoku fabric. I wish I had yards more of it!

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18 thoughts on “Text Me Mini Quilt

    1. sarah

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      Thank you, Anja. I just love the sudoku fabric, but I only had this fat quarter of it... so I cut out the circle covered by the dresden so I could keep a bit of it in my stash.

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    1. sarah

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      Thanks, Yvonne. The sudoku fabric reminds me of teaching, because I always enjoyed teaching my students how to do sudoku puzzles. My son has just started to do some 4x4 and 6x6 sudoku puzzles. He's not 100% hooked yet.

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    1. sarah

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      Thank you. I had a great time making for the Text Me swap and I'm so glad to have made myself a copy as well. Thanks for featuring me!

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  1. Kathy E.

    Sarah, this is such a pretty mini! I have a Dresden template, but haven't used it...yet! I think you're giving me ideas!
    Hint hint: I checked Etsy and they have several shops that offer the Sudoku fabric

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    1. sarah

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      Thanks, Kathy. The Dresden went together much easier than I expected. I generally press seams open, but there's some wiggle room by pressing all the seams to the side. Thanks for the sudoku fabric tip.

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