Who is ready for a totally gorgeous and amazing mini quilt for December? I had so much fun sewing this one up and I know you will too! This month our mini quilt was designed by Christopher Thompson (who you might already know as the Tattooed Quilter).
The crisp lines on this mini quilt are achieved with foundation paper piecing. Don't worry - it's so easy! We used paper piecing for our August mini quilt and I shared a complete tutorial. :)
For the front of my mini quilt I used some off-white colored fabrics from my stash and 3 strips of red from my Vintage Crayola Jelly Roll from Riley Blake (the binding strips came from that jelly roll too).
Now I'm going to throw a curveball at you... our December mini quilt is much bigger than the rest of the mini quilts we made this year. Since it's a foundation paper pieced pattern, it will be totally easy to scale it down if you want. But I decided to make mine full size (21'' square) so I can use it as a table topper during the Christmas season. I love Christmas!!!
All of the mini quilts we have made this year are free patterns here on my blog. Watch for this one to be posted on Monday and find a link to all the others on my Mini Quilt Pinterest board!
So, what have you been sewing up this week? Did you make something with one of my free sewing tutorials or patterns? I would love to see! Tag me on Instagram @sewcanshe.