Tiny Tile Quilt, to give that up to the look of the house using an amazing piece. In the bedroom decor, this quilt can leave the environment with a much more charming and stylish look than before, you can believe. It’s worth making pieces of this type that make us proud of our craftsmanship skills we use. An exceptional quilt for you to use to complete your home decor with a style that everyone will love, I’m sure you’ll love this piece.
The colors of your bedspread are up to you, I know you will be able to make this amazing piece with ease and with a totally awesome look. A practical type of quilt that will amaze you as it always leaves the house well prepared for visits, which will help you a lot. It is an excellent choice of product for sales as it is an incredible piece that requires time to be made.
When doing your job, doubts may arise as to how best to do a perfect job, and these doubts certainly hinder you, we know that. Try to stay calm and be patient, this way you can easily make amazing plays. The quilt is the type of work that, despite being relatively easy, can require a little more patience when composing the piece.
Full Pattern/Images/Tutorial: Purl Soho
Tiny Tile Quilt | Purl Soho
Our Tiny Tile Quilt Bundle includes all the supplies you’ll need to make your very own heirloom blanket. Our original design includes a few fabrics that are no longer available but our updated bundle features two color options and includes all the needed supplies to make your very own Tiny Tile Quilt In Spectrum Cotton!
Quilter’s Dream’s Natural Request Dream Batting, Throw Sized, 100% cotton
Backing Fabric: 3 yards of Kiyohara’s Fine Solids in Beige
Binding Fabric: ¾ yard of Kiyohara’s Fine Solids in Black
Fabric A: 1¼ yards Fashion’s Muslin, 110-inch, 200 Count in Natural
Fabric B: Remainder of Kiyohara’s Fine Solids in Beige (after cutting for Backing)
Fabric C: ½ yard of Kiyohara’s Kokochi Double Gauze in Pink
Fabric D: ½ yard of Kiyohara’s Fine Solids in Yellow
Fabric E: ½ yard of Robert Kaufman’s Kona Cotton in Peach
Fabric F: Remainder of Kiyohara’s Fine Solids in Black (after cutting for Binding)
Fabric G: ¼ yard of Robert Kaufman’s Kona Cotton in Mango
Two 274-yard spools of Gutermann’s 100% cotton thread in color 1040
One 220-yard spool of Gutermann’s Hand Quilting Thread in color 919
These are enough materials to make one 50 x 60-inch quilt.
You will also need…
The fabric-marking tool. I used a water-soluble fabric marker and a Hera marker.
The rotary cutter
A non-slip quilting ruler
The self-healing cutting mat
Tiny Tile Quilt, to give that totally new styling touch you can count on this beautiful piece, believe me, this piece can complement your decor and change it at the same time. This beautiful Project can be used on several occasions, it will amaze your clients who will surely want one as well, which will help you a lot.
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