My friend Kitty Wilkin from Night Quilter just wrapped up and showed an incredible 100 day project at QuiltCon. She created a magnificent tiny piecing sampler in her glorious rainbow style (here is the pieced top) using blocks that finish at 1 1/4-inches.
Today, Kitty is releasing her Sew Tiny Sampler pattern which includes designs inspired by her 100 day project. And all this means that I get to share with you a fun and special project I made in the middle of last month using one of the tiny patterns.
When Kitty told me about her upcoming release, I knew instantly that it would be perfect for making a handmade Valentine’s card for my husband. The tiny 1 1/4-inch finished hearts came together quickly. Perhaps with a bit more practice I will be as skilled as Kitty at lining up detail pattern repeats.
Although I didn’t really doubt my husband’s answer, it was nice that my husband agreed to be my valentine.
The Sew Tiny Sampler is a paper pieced sampler to help you achieve small piecing precision and is full of great patterns. You can find it for sale in Kitty’s Payhip store for an introductory price of $10 for the first week (full retail price will be $15).