Thursday, January 30, 2014

Super Cute Mini Quilt Pendants!

My friend, Patti, over at Osage Bluff Quilter is making the tiniest little hand-pieced quilt pendants. They are encased in glass and hand-soldered also. She has made several of these and they are now for sale!

I’m borrowing one of Patti’s photos to show you an example of these cuties.This is only one section that she has – several more are available. Some of these have already sold and she has the ones available now listed on her blog post.


Per Patti – “They are 1 1/2 inches square. These are two sided glass. On the back side you will see the paper piece pattern and all the tiny stitches.  Some have the pieces numbered.”

quilt charms page 1a

These are even prettier in person. I should know because I have a honeybee quilt charm all my own!

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11 comments:

Lynda said...

WOW! They make my eyes cross and fingers cramp to think about sewing them. They are beautiful though. I forwarded her page to one of my quilter friends.

Melinda said...

She is very talented. I will be checking these out.

M :)

Gone Country said...

Wow! Those are beautiful! I'm heading over to her page now....

A View From A Brown Dog said...

They are beautiful, she must have amazing focus as they are so small to have all those stitches... Impressive and pretty what a great combo!

Janet @ My Miniature Donkeys said...

I wish she'd let me borrow some of her creativity!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

These are beautiful! I can't imaging making those tiny little stitches or putting those itty bitty pieces together!

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

Beautiful! I can't imagine those tiny, tiny stitches...kudos to the seamstress!

McVal said...

Wow! What intricate work! Beautiful.

Deanna said...

Every time I look at these I have a new favorite. Today it is number 9! Love these. Patti is so talented!

Janice Redd said...

Tammy,

I follow you on Pintrest and I am trying, I have been trying for weeks now to find the supplies for the upside down wine bottle bird feeder. My father was forced to retire early because of health conditions and he loves doing crafts. I cant find the piece that holds the feed in, I looked on ebay like you said and I cant find it. Can you email me the name and who you bought it from? Thank you for your help!
TJ Redd
tjredd16@gmail.com

Janice Redd said...

Hello, I am trying to find the bottom piece of the upside down wine bottle bird feeder you have on your pintrest page. My father was forced to retire because of health issues and is now doing crafts with wine bottles. Can you email me the name of it?
thanks!
tjredd16@gmail.com

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