Grandmother’s Flower Garden Doll Quilt – WIP

Here’s a project I started a few days ago. This little quilt was inspired by an unbelievably tiny GFG doll quilt made by Steffi at Steffi’s Candy Quilts. I couldn’t imagine making a quilt that small, but I really wanted to try it — my hexagons are about 1/2″ wide.

The quilt is 21″ long — it will be a rectangle with five or six vertical rows. Steffi and I use the same sewing technique, which is a simple running stitch. Even though there are lots of little pieces, it works up quickly since there are only five tiny stitches on each side of the hexagons.

I have a scrappy Grandmother’s Flower Garden bed quilt in process that looks just like this, as well as several other Flower Garden quilts. I just love working with hexagons.

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