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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Guest #18 from Germany our very own Steffi with her mini quilts


 I always love it when Madame Samm writes to me and asks me to be a guest. She has some wonderful ideas and she shares them so freely. I thank her for this wonderful opportunity today to share with you my little passion .


Hello quilting friends, this is Steffi from Steffi´s Candy Quilts in Germany, and today I want to show you what to do with your VERY  small scraps.
Let me first tell you a bit about me: I love quilting, and I also love my doll´s house, and so one day I thought that it would be nice to combine the two hobbies and started to sew miniature quilts. It was also a challenge, I wanted to see if it´s possible to sew very small patchwork blocks and quilts. And it works!

My quilts are approx. 1/10th scale and most of them are made using the foundation paper piecing method. I´m sure most of you know this technique. Sewing precise little patchwork blocks without paper piecing is almost impossible, so we have to start with drafting the blocks onto paper, or print them out using Electric Quilt or another patchwork design program. The calculation is quite easy, it´s just 1/10th of the scale you are used to.
Then we need our small scraps. Depending on the pattern you choose, you can use scraps as small as ¾ inch square and bigger. I store mine in boxes, sorted by color, and when it´s time to do a new mini quilt, I just pull them out and play!
Here are a few pieces in progress. The Chinese Coins pattern is very easy and a good beginner´s choice. I normally use checked graph paper for this and simply use the lines as a guide for the piecing. Log Cabin, Flying Geese and Square in a Square are also good choices for mini quilts.

Use a small stitch length when sewing onto a paper foundation, so it´s easier to tear the paper away.


You can also sew in small scale by hand! This little Flower Garden was made using a good oldfashioned cardboard template and tiny hand stitches.







Miniature quilts have some advantages:
They are so small that you can sew all the quilts you ever dreamt of without getting storage problems! And because you can use the smallest of scraps, you don´t have to buy any materials. It doesn´t matter if the fabrics are ugly. The pieces are so small that you cannot see the patterns.
Most of my minis don´t have a batting - all the sewing allowances do the job.
On the other hand, the many seams make quilting a little difficult. I prefer to do only a bit of quilting in the free background areas or in the sashing.





I found these two little doll quilt parts that mum and me started years ago.
Mum did all the appliqué and embroidery, and I did the cutting. The plan was that my Mum wanted to finish them, the green one with the cats for my sister, and the blue one with the Sunbonnet Sues for me.
Well, my mum loves appliqué and embroidery, but she is not the world´s greatest patchwork seamstress, and so this WIP was put away...and that was that.









The blocks are quite small, only a bit more than 3 inches (8 cm) square.






 I finally finished them....( the pictures are not so good because
the weather was not good. 1/10th scale 


Coin quilt


You certainly do not need a lot of material for these. 


Here are a few impressions from my doll´s house to show you what I´m doing with my mini quilts. But you can also frame them, use them as little wallhangings or display them with your favorite doll or teddy bear...





I hope you´ll have a lot of fun sewing your own small quilts! And I would love to see them and to hear from you, so please visit me at my blog!
Thank you, Madame Samm, for inviting me, I feel very honored to write here!




Editors note:  I know I know, can you believe it? 
if not for the dollhouse I don't think any of us would conceive
that these are indeed mini mini quilts...
Thank you Steffi, I have a doll house and I would be thrilled
if I could make anything like yours. 


Giveaway today is for our Wantobes...
1/2 yard bundles = 8 yds of
Michael Miller's
 
SARAH JANE's Children @ Play..





Chloe is our prop...Sumatra was climbing a tree..


This collection seems appropriate and the winner could have enough
for hundreds of quilts if she or he were to make them this size...
AND
Our Blog Sponsor you will win this pattern book from .Martingale& Co. 
and as book reviewer I get copies of these books early... I loved the cover
always can tell a lot about the cover and this one will not  disappoint you
when you flip through the pages...


Farm Girl Quilts... being fall is peaking right around the corner
and there are houses on the cover, I thought this would 
be a perfect giveaway for our seasoned quilters...

This weather vane with the seasonal houses...
well anyone thinking of great wall hanging
this is a great choice...



The quilts inside are breathtaking...this one called Tulip Fields,
don't you love the colors, style..how it drapes on that
chair inviting to slip under it....


This one is called Country Roads... no detour here..I can think
a few of you would enjoy this pattern..



Want to win...? 


Go and follow Steffi..you will be sew glad
you did..
Do follow here, I am sure you are now...
And let us know what is the smallest quilt you ever made.?






Big thanks to Steffi, Michael Miller, Martingale& Co. 
...and "YOU" for telling your friends
about this most amazing past time that brings
pure JOY into our lives...
Quilting soothes the soul
and makes people  nicer! 


Spread the word...they will thank you
with more than their hearts...



186 comments:

  1. What amazing talent it must take to sew such tiny quilts! I would love to try it sometime (when I have learned paper piecing, which I have not yet tried). I also kind of want a dollhouse now.... I have only done a couple of quilts and they were both for babies. I think the smallest was 40"x40". I

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  2. Я следую за Steffi.У нее очень хороший блог. Ткани мне эти пригодятся для нового проекта.Мой спонсор fabraholic. Надеюсь выиграть.
    Всем привет из России !!!

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  3. I have so many tiny bits of fabric. You've inspired me to try a mini quilt!
    I'd love to win, and am sponsored by Kathy's Cottage.I am a follower here.

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  4. Goodmorning Samm!I think this blog post has my name all over it.Look between the lines Samm ha.I adore these little quilts,I havent made any but they look charming and I would so love to learn.As far as the doll in the pic Samm well you know I wont say LOL.

    The patterns are just gorgeous I dont even have a favorite I love them all.Of course I would love to get a book,that would be great.


    Im a wantobe maybe I should change it to needtobe at the end of wantobe lol,Im sponsered by Diane of Lavender Dreams.Keeping fingers crossed for this giveaway!

    Thanks so much to Steffi I loved this blog.You too Samm!Im now following her.

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  5. Her miniature quilts are gorgeous! I am just now attempting a baby quilt and my pattern is much easier and larger than those! I am a want to be quilter and my sponsor is Amy of Diary of a Quilter.

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  6. I am sponsored by Amy at Amy's Creative Side. The smallest quilt I have made is a lap quilt.

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  7. I'm a new follower of Steff's but I've admired her quilts for awhile.
    I can not pick a favorite!

    Follower here and Nan (Pots and Pins) is my sponsor. Love the book by the way...

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  8. Amazing quilts! I think I need to learn foundation piecing so i can try these! I have made only 1 quilt, lap size, made with 12" blocks. I follow Steff and here, and am sponsored by Amy at Diary of a Quilter.

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  9. Wanttobe quilter here. I follow your blog and now follow Steffi's. What amazing work she does. My sponsor is A Stitch in Time

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  10. What a wonderful post with such tiny mini quilts! They are amazing! I can't imagine how hard this is! I am now a follower of Steffi!
    I have never made a quilt only helped my Granny tack one when I was 12!!! The quilt fit a double size bed!
    I am a wantobe and my blog sponsor is Jane's Fabrics!
    Thanks to Michael Miller and Madame Samm!

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  11. Thanks for bringing Steffi's beautiful mini quilts to our attention. I LOVE paper piecing and miniature quilts. I'm working on a miniature Storm at Sea and my smallest mini is 7-1/2 X 9.

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  12. I'm following both yours and Steffi's blogs. Concerning my smallest quilt then I have absolutely nothing to talk about - my quilts have sofar always been quite large.

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  13. WOW!! These quilts are amazing! I think it may be a LOOOONG while before I attempt doll size quilts. I've never even made a regular size quilt yet. I'm a new follower of Steffi's blog & I'm a wantobe quilter sponsored by Jane's Fabrics & Quilts.
    Brenda
    bllcornish at yahoo dot com

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  14. I am a quilter and therefore not entering the giveaway but I had to comment on those super mini quilts. They are amazing. I am amazed by the size...oh and the patience that must go along with making quilts that size. Thank you so much for allowing her to show those off. They are amazing!

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  15. What adorable little quilts. Linda from Buzzing and Bumbling sent me. Thanks for introducing me to another quilter.

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  16. Love learning about and seeing her quilts! Especially the doll house! I have one in the attic and if I had a place to put it I would definately being making mini quilts for it. Ive made mini patchwork treeskirts maybe 3-4" in diameter.

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  17. Wooow..I've been enchanted by Steffi's great "mini" works. I love miniature in general and Dolls houses in particular!

    I'm a Wantobe a quilter, so I haven't sew any quilt at the moment, I hope to begin very soon!!

    I'm sponsored by Kelly Jackson!!

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  18. I'm already a follower of Steffi. I love her mini quilts! The smallest quilt I have made was just a baby size quilt. My sponsor is lilypad quilting

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  19. ive made a couple quilts for care bears this summer! i am a quilter and i follow you.

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  20. I am sent by Melissa Correy from happy quilting. I became a follower :) Thanks for the chance to win!! thehughesfamily@yahoo.com

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  21. I so love mini quilts. I've been working with minis for a long time, however, my minis are no where as small as that. I think the smallest I've made was a 4x6 block wonky log cabin (long before there was wonky anything).

    I'm a quilter and am here through Tonya @ Hillbilly Quilter. I thought I was following Steffi but just now joined. I love her stuff (thank you Steffi) and want to be like her when I grow up (just had my 50th birthday). Thank you Madam Samm for this, another opportunity to win - anything I win will go to my daughter (the wantobe) to help her with her supplies.

    Wanda
    http://wandas-quilts-crafts.blogspot.com/

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  22. Oh Steffi! My goodness. Those are gorgeous little mini's. I don't think I could ever, ever do that...and I've been quilting for quite awhile now...just beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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  23. Oh my word!! I don't think I'll ever be patient enough to make quilts that small!

    I'm a wantobe....
    I follow Steffi and of course I follow you:)
    I made 3 Fall Pillows for my couch in different star patterns. They are the very first things I ever quilted and the smallest thus far.....and I love them:)

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  24. I'm following Steffi and am sponsored by Jennifer @ Ellison Lane Quilts. I never considered a quilt this small as I can barely handle a lap/baby quilt (which is why I am a 'wantobe' and guess that with all I obtain here may be able to do one day. And looks like paper piecing is another technique to add to my list. But her work is spectacular and love the doll house and how she used it. Thanks.

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  25. I follow you and Steffi and am sponsored by Diane from Lavender Dreams. My smallest quilt...well I am a wantobe quilter and still saving fabric for my first :)

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  26. OMG! Such a tiny mini quilt!! Amazing!
    I am a Wantobe :) I teamed up with Staci from http://theconfusedquilter.blogspot.com/

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  27. I following your blog and also Steffi...

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  28. Such a cutie and gorgeous mini. Wanabe a Quilter sponsored by Described Happy joining the giveaway. Golden Woofs

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  29. All I can say is WOW! Those are TINY! I love the show and tell on a small scale with the dolls! The Mini Flower Garden may be my favorite. This was such an enjoyable, if not small, quilt show!

    Not a wantabe, but really enjoyed this...

    In stitches,
    Teresa :o)

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  30. This is wantobe Kim, sponsored by Marcia's crafty sewing. I was in awe of the detail of these mini quilts! Amazing and beautiful! Thank you for sharing! I am going to enjoy following Steffi's blog!

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  31. I am a quilter - just wanted to comment and thank Steffi for a wonderful glimpse into mini quilts. This is truly beautiful work. Thanks to all our wonderful sponsors for their generous contributions to our cause. Go Wantobe Quilters. Judy C in NC

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  32. I'm a wantobe, follow you and Steffi, and am sponsored by Jennifer at Ellison Lane Quilts. The smallest quilt I have ever made is a crib size which seems huge compared to hers! The giveaway fabric is beautiful-thanks!

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  33. I just began quilting this month, and my first quilt was a mini for my wall. I'm so hooked!

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  34. Thanks Steffi for sharing your wonderful and AMAZING mini quilts. You inspire this Wanttobe Quilter! I am sponsored by dawn of quiltingbydawn. And I am now a happy follower of Steffi!
    Thanks to the sponsors too.

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  35. i follow steffi! and sew We quilt! The smallest quilt i ever made i guess was a 5" x 5" mug rug for my tea mug. :) log cabin blocks. its very wonky, but it worked! I need more help, which is why im participating in the wantobe campaign!

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  36. Hello I'm a wantobe who is following both of you girls. My sponsor is diaryof a quilt. The smallest quilt I've done is a mug rug. I'm not sure I could even make tiny quilts like Steffi. Hers are so detailed and tiny!

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  37. I have never made a small quilt but Steffi sure has inspired me to keep even the smallest bit of fabric. So very impressive!!!

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  38. Love the mini quilts. Have not sewn one yet (looking forward to the challenge). I'm a wantobe quilter sponsored by Lily Pad Quilting. Now a follower of Steffi and a follower here. Thanks to Michael Meller and Madame Samm. Judy

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  39. I've never made something so small but it seems like a terrific way to try out paper piecing. Following both blogs and loving it, I'm a wantobe quilter and my sponsor is KD of KD quilts.

    Thanks
    Sara

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  40. I'm a quilter, but wanted to stop by and say hi, and tell how impressed I am with the miniature quilts. Holy toledo! Who would have dreamed??? When I saw the first picture of the doll house, I thought it was real people holding up quilts. Can you imagine my surprise when I realized it was inside the doll house??? Awesome.

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  41. Wow! Such small quilts. Steffi, you are so talented.
    Thx

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  42. I am a wantobe sponsored by Amy of Diary of a Quilter. I follow both blogs and love these little quilts.

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  43. Oh my word, Steffi, those are incredible vignettes in the dollhouse! I'm a quilter, so I am not in today's drawing, but I wanted to say "thank you" for such an inspiring post. The smallest thing I've ever completed was a patchwork pot makeup case! LOL I loved seeing your tiny projects - they're beautiful!

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  44. I have been your follower for a while and I just became one of Steffi's... the smallest quilt I made became a pillow!! and it had one hexi flower!!! I hope I win!!! alannahmae at gmail dot com

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  45. Steffi's work is beautiful. I'm a want a be, sent by Marlene at stitchin by the lake.

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  46. Wow, what amazing work!!
    I'm a follower :)

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  47. Oh wow - those tiny quilts are beautiful! I am a wantobe, so I have never quilted anything, let alone something that small!

    My sponsor is A Stitch in Time and I am now following Steffi.

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  48. I follow here. I think my smallest quilt was actually a wall hanging that was 12" X 15" years and years ago.

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  49. I'm a Wantobe quilter and I have to say these are just amazing! The smallest quilts I've ever made (considering I haven't made many) were used as potholders for my mother and mother-in-law. Thanks for the look at these little beauties! (Sponsored by Diary of a Quilter)

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  51. Now I'm following steffi, and I'm a want to be quilter from amy @ diary of a quilter. The smallest quilt I ever made is the baby quilt I'm working on now, it is around 50x60 and it is my first hand quilting project. If that kid is lucky, he might get it by junior high school! Ah, ambition, it always gets the best of me!

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  52. Wow! Those mini quilts are amazing. The smallest quilt I have ever made was a lap size quilt that I made for my daughter, but it never got quilted...probably why I am still a wanabe quilter! I would love to win the fabric. I am signed up with Ellison Lane...I'm sure she would love to win, too. And of course, I follow your blog and Steffi's. Thanks!

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  53. I'm following Steffi and you gfc follower: theresan. Love the mini quilts and know my grandaughters will too. :)
    Theresa N
    weceno(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  54. hi! my tiniest quilt is a baby one! I'm a follower here and steffi's.

    I leave my name to a quilting sheep

    thanKs

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  55. What a great TINY show of a huge talent! Loved this post Steffi! Being a dollhouse miniaturist, I will definitely be putting this on my list of things to learn! I am now following you, and am already a follower of Stash Manicure. The photos of the giveaway items are great! (Making me want to learn more about photography as well) The prizes in all of the giveaways are wonderful!! Any of us wantobes would be in "tall cotton" should we win! Thanks so much to all of the sponsors, to Madame Samm, and you as well Steffi. Have a great day!

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  56. Oh my gosh, how amazing! I haven't completed ANY quilts (yet), let alone a tiny perfect one. I would love to with the fabric though--have two boys that reeeallly need something made with that rocket ship fabric. :) Thanks very much for the chance.

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  57. Forgot to say, I am a follower here and at Steffi's, and my sponsor is Staci at The Confused Quilter.

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  58. I followed Steffi! I am a Wantobe Quilter - and I've never made a quilt. My sponsor is Jane from Jane's Fabric and Quilts.

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  59. Wow! That is incredible! I don't think that would even be possible for me.

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  60. Those tiny quilts are amazing. I can't believe what you can do with scraps.
    I am a follower and my sponsor is Teresa - Willow tree pond.

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  61. good morning Im now a follower of Steffi and a Wanna be quilter...and I just love these small quilts I have to try these for my grand daughters they will love them

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  62. These tiny quilts would go well with my favorite chidren's book as a chid..The Teeny Tiny Woman Lived in a Teeny Tiny House, on a teeny tiny street in a teeny tiny town........... Lovely stitching, Steffi!
    I'm a new follower at Steffi's
    Blessings
    Gmama jane

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  63. I just can't believe how tiny those quilts are, amazing. the smallest quilt i have done i guess would be the one i am working on now(also my first) with my mother. it is a baby quilt. i'm sponsored by Jeni from In Color Order

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  64. Are these mini's amazing!!!! Lovely and such patience!
    I'm a new follower!

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  65. I do ope I win this. I;m your follower.

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  66. wow these are beautiful!! i am a wantobe and my sponsor is Amy of Diary of a Quilter. I follow you and I follow Steffi

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  67. Madame Samm, I am a follower of Steffi, ( I think, I don't understand German but I assume I clicked on the follow button) I am sponsored by Quilt Taffy. I am OF COURSE a follower of you:) Did I mention that I am a WANTOBE, hopefully someday I will make a tiny quilt for my tiny little girl and her dolly's:)

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  68. I'm a wantobe, I follow Steffi and here, Lily pad quilting is my sponsor. I have not made a complete quilt (yet) but hope to soon!!

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  69. Oh My!!! Those are the tinyest little things I have ever seen. Gorgeous too. One day I may challenge myself to make something that little. For right now a 30"X30" wall hanging is my smallest.

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  70. Amazing quilts in such a tiny size. Years ago I cross stitched tiny quilt patterns but never actually pieced a quilt that tiny. I think I may just need to try this. I'm a sponsor quilter. Thanks Steffi, sponsors, and Samm!

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  71. I'm a quilter (not entering) but want to tell Steffi what a great post and mini quilts! Thanks for sharing. I just finished a mini for a swap - it was Trip Around the World with 1/2 inch blocks - sew fun!!

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  72. I am a wantobe quilter sponsored by Jane of janesfabrics.blogspot.com.
    I am a new follower of Steffi. I did make a quilt when I was 12. It was a full size quilt, so not tiny by any means. Have not done any sewing or quilting since, but want to get started again. These teeny, tiny pieces are just amazing! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  73. I follow steffi and here. I did a lap quilt for my four year old and that's the only quilt I've made. I'm getting so inspired by all of these posts. I hope to try a new quilt soon. My blog sponsor is Mrs. Jane from grandmamas stories.

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  74. Wow! Those are tiny quilts and so much detail. The smallest quilt i made was a baby quilt. I follow this blog and steffi. my sponser is amy@diaryofaquilter
    lemaeallen at yahoo dot com

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  75. What amazingly tiny quilts! the smallest I've ever sewn is a mug rug.
    I'm following steffi & of course here. sponsored by Amy @ diary of a quilter.

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  76. I am a Wantobe Quilter registered with Linda@Straystitches & of course I follow Stash Manicure-

    I am a new follower of Steffi's !!!

    The smallest quilt I ever made - Well that would be a Mug Rug - lol
    I have yet to complete an entire quilt because I am a newbie ;)-I do have a jellyroll top sewn together - So I am almost there ;)

    Thank you for the wonderful Giveaways - The creativity is endless here !!!

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  77. I am now following Steff. I love anything done in minature. Yes. I follow you too. I once found a recipe for thimble cookies and they were cut out with a thimble and served in tea cups.

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  78. I'm not eligible for this draw, but just had to leave a comment to say WOWW! Those quilts are amazing, and I love the dolls' house settings.

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  79. Hi I'm a wannabe quilter, and follow Steffi and you. I've never even made a full quilt yet, so I guess the smallest I've made is some individual blocks I have for a bigger quilt I'm doing. Truly amazing work that Steffi has done.

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  80. Good Morning! I have never done a quilt..not even a tiny one like these! Wow, I don't even know if I could make my hands sew something so intricate...guess this is where I try. I became a follower of Steffi, like her work! I am a wantobe quilter, Wendy @ Why Knot Kwilt is my sponsor. I love sharing my morning with you. Thank you for all you are doing Samm...and your sponsors for all they have donated. It is fun watching all of this talent be shared! Have a super day!

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  81. I wantobe a quilter! The fabric giveaway is beautiful! Steffi's sue bonnets and kitties are so awesome! I am now a follower. Maybe following her will help me become a better quilters/sewer! Thanks, Madame Samm for all these wonderful visitors. They have been so inspiring!

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  82. What a cute idea on the mini quilts! My sponsor is Amy at Diary of a Quilter.

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  83. I think these mini quilts are the coolest quilts ever! I have never seen anything like it. I am a Wantobe Quilter and I am following this blog and now Steffi's also. My sponser is Amy @ Diary of a Quilter. I cannot imagine making a quilt as small as Steffi's, but it sure would be fun to try with this cute fabric bundle!

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  84. Wow those quilts are amazing. I made a baby quilt for my daughter but she was 6 months old by the time I finished it and I started while I was pregnant. I'm a wantobe quilter and I follow this blog and Steffi's. My sponsor is Amy@Diaryofaquilter.

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  85. I am a wantobe quilter from team lilypad quilting. I would LOVE to do small quilts, and these are so gorgeous!!

    Of course I am a follower here :)

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  86. oh my! i've never seen such a selection of mini quilts-so adorable! i'm a wantobe quilter (have made a mini blanket- 2"x4") melissa from happy quilting sent me. i'm a new follower of steff's -what great inspiration! and of course a follower of madame s. thanks for the giveaway- i really really would like to win this one!
    thanks

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  87. Oops, forgot to say I follow Steffi's blog now too. Amazing to look at her work, if only someday I could be that good ;)

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  88. Wow these quilts are wonderful. I havent made a quilt yet but so want to make one. I am a wantobe quilter and am following your blog as well as Steffi's blog. I was sent to you by Kathy from It's Only Natural.
    Please pick me so I can get started making some quilts.

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  89. Wow, those teeny quilts are really something. I have never made a quilt, and really didn't have any interest in making them until recently. A friend told me I should get into it as I just learned to machine sew. I didn't think I'd want to but I keep coming across quilting on the internet whenever I'm looking up sewing techniques trying to teach myself to do more and I think I might be hooked now. I certainly want to start quilting but not sure if I have the time or the skill or know-how. Winning this fabric would really inspire me I think. I'd make a smallish quilt for my 4 yr old daughter.

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  90. As a Wantobe I've never made a quilt, but i guess the smallest I've made is one of the ones I've drawn when daydreaming about quilting. :) Loved the post. The tiny quilts are cute and the bags....want! I've followed. :)

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  91. Wantobequilter, Allie Coburn, would love to win these fantastic fabrics! She is sponsored by Darlene@ SewCalGal and needs fabric!!

    We are Steffi's newest follower and love her blog! Those dolls and dollhouses are so cool and the mini quilts she makes for them are so incredible!!

    I am teaching Allie to quilt and the smallest quilt I have ever made was 9" x 14" for a swap on the HGTV Quilting and Needlework Forum. It is so much tougher to make a small quilt than a large one!! I don't know that I will ever attempt that again!

    Thank you to all of our sponsors for making this giveaway possible!

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  92. I want to go to Germany and LIVE in that doll house!! Oh my Cuteness!! I am now following Steffi's blog. I can't get over the dainty quilts (and every little tiny piece in those photos!

    I'm a Wantobe Quilter and Paul at Outnumbered Quilter. And, I also Follow Sew We Quilt.

    The smallest quilt that I ever made, is SO small that it's nonexistent! I haven't made a quilt yet.
    : )

    Michael Miller, Thank You for selling Sarah Janes "Children At Play"!! (Samm, I just sent you an email about this fabric a few days ago!) I SO want to win this beautiful fabric! It brings back good memories of my childhood! And, the good memories are few. This fabric makes me HAPPY!

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  93. I follow Steffi's blog and yours, of course. The smallest quilt, let me think... it's my very first quilt, which I'm actually still working on! I'm having fun with it and would use it as a lap quilt.
    My blog sponsor is Amy from Diary of a Quilter.
    naslyyadid(at)gmail(dot)com

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  94. Haven't made a quilt yet. Smallest blanket was a crib blanket. Had parts of a fairy tale on it, with the bat symbol calling Batman for help. Now a follower of you both! My sponsor is Kelly at IHAN. Thanks!

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  95. You had me at barbie doll quilters!!!
    I want to be in their guild.

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  96. i'm a wantobe sponsored by amy@diary of a quilter..
    i've followed steffi n u..
    i would love to win d fabric
    n really2 amazed w d mini quilts!wow.great job!!
    -so jealous with all the dolls~-

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  97. I love looking at such small things and always wanted a doll house, but not sure I'm ready to tackle such a project. The smallest quilt I ever made besides hot pads was about 36" square.

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  98. It's always such a treat to see what Steffi is up to next because she is, of course, a skilled quilt maker, but it's her invention and imagination that makes her work so unique. I especially enjoy her wonderful tableaux in the adorable dollhouse -- what a fabulous way to enjoy her amazing miniature quilts.

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  99. I have saved many many scraps from all of my sewing projects, what a fun way to use some of them. I should try a paper piecing project. I am a wantobe quilter, signed up with the Raspberry Rabbits. I am now following Steffi.

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  100. Love your mini-quilts and tutorial. Absolutely spectacular. They'd truly make for a fun quilt exhibit too!
    Thanks for sharing.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  101. I am a wantobe and my sponsor is Mary on Lake Pulaski.

    I am a follower of Stash Manicure and of Steffi.

    As for the answer to the question, that is easy. It is the quilt that I am working on because it is my first and only quilt. I am making a checkerboard for my kids. The squares are 2 inches when they are finished. It is a future game for when we travel. I am on the quilting part of it and I have discovered that I am not a very good hand quilter. I feel as if I am ripping out as many stitches as I am putting in. It is going to take forever to finish it. They say practice make perfect and I sure am getting alot of practice!!!

    Thank you Steffi for being a guest poster today. I was on your blog and I just love the sewing room that the men are working on. I know that they will do a great job. I was wondering where you get such small tools like the sewing machine and the rotary cutting mats and cutter. Your work is beautiful.

    Thank you Michael Miller for the fabric for the campaign. I looked it up online and I discovered that the designer is a mother to 3 and also a children's book illustrator. Maybe that is why she captures the very essence of children at play.

    Thank you Martingale & Company for giving the Farm Girl Quilt book to the campaign. Madame Samm is right about the cover. I know that I would pick it up right away if I saw it. It reminds me of the weather vane on my grandparent's barn. I would love to see someone do Country Roads in bright colors. I love bright happy colors.

    Thank you to the blog sponsors for helping us with this campaign. I hope each and every one of you wins something.

    Thank you Madame Samm! Without you, this campaign would not exist. I love the photos for today's giveaway. My youngest daughter does not like dolls. She is a stuffed animal girl. She would love to have Chloe though. She really likes her and Chloe just happens to be the name of our 2 year-old Chihuahua. I just had to show her today's post and she loved it.

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  102. Wow! Steffi is amazing!!! Those little quilts are just so wonderful. Hugs Ariane

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  103. I used to make a lot of miniature paper-pieced quilts - the smallest was probably 2" x 3" or so. There used to be a great magazine called Miniature Quilts that published photos of a couple that I had made - FUN! Steffi has come beautiful work!

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  104. Oh my gosh, those quilts are awesome! I thought they were miniature quilts like you see in a quilt shop until I saw the doll house. Those are tini tiny and amazing! Steffi is very talented.

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  105. I'm now a follower of Steffi - what a patient quilter she is. My smallest quilt was a blanket I pieced for my daughter's doll bed - 30 some years ago. It was probably 15"x20".

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  106. I'm a wantobe quilter sponsored by Jane's Fabrics. I have never tried to quilt anything tiny like that. I use to crochet blankets for my daughter's baby dolls but she's 17 now. I'm in awe that Steffi can make them that small and they look like regular quilts.

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  107. Hi there, im a wantobe quilter and i am following this blog, steffis blog and my sponsor is happy quilting. i have never made a quilt before! but cant wait to get around to my first one.
    thank you!

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  108. Hi Madame Samm! I follow you, of course, and I am a new follower at Steffi's Candy Quilts. I'm amazed by the tiny detail of her mini quilts - they are so unique! The smallest quilt is the one I just made (and mind you, the first and only so far!), and it measured at 52x69". Thank you for yet again another wonderful opportunity! I'm here thanks to Jane's Fabric & Quilts.

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  109. Hello Ladies,
    I follow Steffi, here and Nan@pots and pins is my sponsor.

    Well geez. I can barely get big stuff straight and you're doing this uber tiny. I stand in awe. and maybe with lower self esteem now. ah well, time to recover and give this a go.

    Smallest quilt I've ever made...uh, I think they are called craft size? like for a baby quilt. This is how new I am to this. I'm not even sure what the batting size is called.

    ah well. thanks for the info!

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  110. Okay, so I may not be a Wantobe but I wanted to comment to tell Stef that I adore her quilts ... seriously!! I did become a follower of her blog so I can drool at will ;) and I may just have to start making a few of these myself in the alloted time I have these days, though I'm almost guessing they take twice as long as a regular sized quilt. They're gorgeous! Thank you for sharing ladies and best of luck to all you Wantobes!! Awesome sponsor gifts :)

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  111. I am wantobe sponsor by Jane's Fabric and Quilts and I'm a follower of Steffi.

    Can't begin to imagine make such a small quilt. Making a normal size quilt is making me nervous and I know I would have to get stronger glass before I begin a job so small. I'm very impressed with Steffi's work and pictures there were a couple that I had to look twice to see if they we doll or adult size.

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  112. I am a follower. Ready to learn on a mini quilt. Sponsored by Mary-ann at RockNquilts.

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  113. Now those are some really small quilts!! I have never made a quilt before. i am a wantober quilter. i am a new follower of steffi and a follower of this site,. Sue@quilt times is my sponsor.

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  114. What a fun post! This is not something I would ever think of, but they're fun to look at! I'm a wantobe so I'm still in the process of finishing my very first, lap-size quilt, but the next thing on my (ever-growing) list is a wall-hanging size quilt. Probably won't ever make it to miniature, though. I LOVE that Michael Miller fabric! Keeping my fingers crossed! (Sponsored by Amy@diary of a quilter)

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  115. Those mini quilts are amazing! Incredible! What else can I say!

    Following Steffi and following here.

    Lavender Dreams is my sponsor.

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  116. This wantobe was sent by snoodles at lilypad quilting. i follow here and now i follow steffi. i have never made a small quilt before... i'm a wantobe, remember?!?

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  117. Wow those are amazing. I follow the site. the smallest quilt I have made was 12 x 20 or so. It was a kit and was my first time making a quilt. I would not recomend such a small project for a first timer. I had trouble with accurate seam allowances and when the finished piece is only a half and inch it does not leave much room.
    I am a wantobe sponsered by Diary of a Quilter.
    I will be looking for the quilt book if I don't win. The projects look to be right up my alley.

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  118. Oh my goodness Steffi is a wonder. She is so talented. She brings back memories of when I was a child and my grandfather made me a simple doll house out a a vegetable/fruit crate. The furniture was store bought, but the curtains the quilts, the towels and rug were all handmade by my mom grandma and various aunts. The whole process took weeks and getting together around the table with snacks and lots of laughs. Thanks for the visit with Steffi. Agnes Pat

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  119. So amazing! The smallest quilt I've made was just last month. My son wanted to make a quilt for one of his stuffed animals and it turned out to be 12x12".
    I'm a Wantobe and would love to play with this amazing fabric. My blog sponsor is Amy from Diary of a Quilter.

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  120. These quilts are absolutely amazing! Just wonderful! And what a wonderful addition to her doll house! I'm a follower of SM and Jennifer @ Ellison Lane Quilts. the smallest Quilt I made was about 12x18 inches, a turn dash pattern block with about a 3 inch block. I gave it to a friend. It was made in the days before paper piecing.

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  121. Thank you for the introduction to Steffi. I visited her site and became a follower; she is amazing.

    I'm a follower of yours, too, and am sponsored by Jennifer at Ellison Lane Quilts.

    The smallest quilt I have made so far was a baby quilt, 40 x 40. I have a long way to go before I'm in Steffi's league!

    Thanks for the giveaway. I am a quilter who would love some of Sarah Jane's precious fabric.

    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  122. I am in awe!! I just cannot believe what I am looking at is in a doll house! This work is amazing!! A true artist!
    Good luck you Wantobe's!!

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  123. Those mini quilts are amazing! I'm a new follower to Steffi's blog now and would love to win today's prize.

    The smallest quilt I've ever made is for a baby, I just might have to try a mini mini one!!

    I was sent here by Manda with stayathomelibrarian

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  124. Wow! This was an amazing post! I love her little doll house quilts, and her own blog is adorable! I am a follower of Steffi now! Freda (Adventures of the Empress....) is my sponsor.

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  125. Wanttobe quilter here. I follow your blog and now follow Steffi's. My sponsor is Melissa from Happy Quilting. I LOVE the mini quilts used in the scene with the "quilt guild" dolls. Darling!

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  126. here, wantobe quilter here comming at ya sponsered by Lilypad quilts. Wow are those ever small quilts, with such detail. I have trouble getting things to come out straight with 2.5" sqs, so this is amazing to me. The smallest quilt I ever made was for a baby, if a teble runner or pot holder count I have done thoses too.

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  127. Hi Steffi thank you somuch for showing your beautiful eye candy. It is hard to believe they are so small. Just wonderful, I have always wanted a doll house and now I want one more. I visited your blog and am now following you and left a message for ya' just in case I ever do get a doll house. Thanks also to our Madame Samm and
    Michael Miller, Martingale& Co. We appreciate your hard work in keeping us quilters up to date and with beautiful fabric....

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  128. Hi -- Such adorable mini quilts. When I first saw the picture, I thought, they were regular sized. I am tempted to try making a mini now. I havent made any quilt, let alone a mini quilt.

    I am a wantobe quilter and am following Seffi now.

    I am registered with May @ Fabraholic.

    Thanks for this lovely give away that you have and thanks for hosting it.

    Wishing everyone good luck.

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  129. Eu acho maravilhoso miniaturas de quilt.Adoro o blog da Nancy,e sigo wantobe.Adoraria ganhar este maravilhoso livro.Aqui no Brasil nao temos acesso pois quando chegam ficam muito caro para comprar.Minha patrocinadora e katyusia.

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  130. Eu acho maravilhoso miniaturas de quilt.Adoro o blog da Nancy,e sigo wantobe.Adoraria ganhar este maravilhoso livro.Aqui no Brasil nao temos acesso pois quando chegam ficam muito caro para comprar.Minha patrocinadora e katyusia.

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  131. Eu sou seguidora do blog da Nancy,e Wantobe.Adorei este livro,gostaria muito de ganhar,aqui no meu pais Brasil quando chega nas lojas para comprar fica muito caro.E tem muito poucos titulos de livros disponiveis.Minha patrocinadora e KAtyusia

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  132. Oh! I am a follower here @ StashManicure, and a wantobe quilter; I've never made a quilt, but my grandmother made many for me, as well as a lot of quilted clothing (which I can still at least wear the slacks! *lol).
    Freda of Adventures of the Empress....(I love her even if her name IS loooooong) is my sponsor.

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  133. I'm following Steffi and I'm a wantobe sponsored by Marcia @crafty sewing and quilting. I have yet to make a quilt but I really fancy the idea of the teeny ones as a good friend has a doll house obsession

    Thanks
    Tracey xx

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  134. Wow, love those miniature quilts! I'm a wantobe quilter and am sponsored by amy @ diary of a quilter. I'm a follower of yur blog and now of course following steffi as well!

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  135. I'm on my first quilt, so that's the smallest...for now (:

    All of Steffi's quilts are A.MAZ.ING. I especially liked seeing them displayed in her doll houses.

    I'm following Steffi now & I was sent by Kelly @ IHAN.

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  136. I am absolutely blown away....I love minis but this takes on new meaning. Delightful doesn't even come close to describing those minis....amazing!

    Smiles,
    Kelly

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  137. OMG. Those mini quilts look HARD. I don't think I would have enough patience for those little quiltss and pieces of material....
    I did sign on as a follower. Her website was interesting.
    I have not completed my first quilt yet so.......
    I am a wantobe quilter and love the fabric as todays prize.
    CJ in JC w/ Shadetree Quilting.

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  138. Looking at the first few photos of the mini quilts they look like regular sized quilts until you see them next to the tape measure or in the doll house you can really tell how intricate the work really is! They are all so beautiful but I think my favorite one is the trees and houses quilt in the doll house. I am definitely paper to YouTube some paper piecing videos to learn how to do it. Thank you so much for sharing your paper talent with us!

    My sponsor is angels@sfquilts!

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  139. I am following your blog and Steffi's. The smallest quilt I ever made was a 12"x12" mariner's compass and it was not easy!

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  140. i'm now a follower steffi. not the size of the quilt that matters, it's the size of it's components. my eyes and big fingers would never be able to accomplish such a tiny task. those iddy bitty hexies, how cute!!!! :>)

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  141. Wantobe here as well. Thank goodness for Barbie and her friends, I would have never believed that these were that small without that reference. I follow here, Steffi and Lilypadquilting is my sponsor. I haven't yet made the quilt sandwich yet but the smallest pieced top I've made is 30inches X 54 inches. Thanks!

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  142. Love the designs. My smallest was a quilted tree ornament that I helped my daughter with for a 4-H project. Years ago!!!
    Beautiful work!!!

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  143. Love Steffi's work! I'm definitely following her. Of course I follow you! I'm a wantobe quilter sponsored by SewCalGal. So far all the quilting projects I've done are 4 runners and 4 potholders. :)

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  144. Stephi's tiny quilts are amazing and of course I'm now following her. What an inspiration she is. And so talented. I am a WantobeQuilter sponsored by Janes Fabrics and Quilts.

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  145. {that girl that quilt}

    Boy would I love to learn how to quilt with the correct things I would need. I love your quilts, they give me hope that maybe one day I can quilt too.

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  146. Wow that's small! I have just begun quilting, so nothing completed yet. I'm starting with a throw size for the couch.

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  147. Amazingly small... absolutely adorable

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  148. All I can say is WOW!! My jaw has dropped in admiration of your precious quilts. They are just great and thank you for sharing. You are quite an inspiration!

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  149. Oh My Gosh! Really?? I'm in awe... That is to cutest thing I've ever seen!!! I can't even imagine how much patience these take! Very cute though, and I'm sure it's worth it! :) Thanks for the post today ladies!

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  150. I follow Steffi and here ofcourse. My sponser is Melissa at Happy Quilting. The itty bitty quilts are amazing! I made a doll sized blanket once that is the smallest.

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  151. I'm a follower of Steffi's blog now.
    My 12yo wantobe would love those fabrics and it's lucky she's at school or she'd be asking me to make mini quilted horse rugs for her toy horses! I really like the Country Roads quilt in the Farm Girl Quilts book. I can just see Hubby snuggled under that while he watches his favourite farming show.
    Cheers,
    Robyn

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  152. this might have been something I could have done when I could see better. Does Steffi use a magnifying glass? Very impressive stuff.

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  153. If the measuring tape wasn't in the picture, I would never have believed how small those flowers are! I left Steffi a love note on her blog♥ I'd definitely do cartwheels for the Sarah Jane for M. Miller fabric--I just adore it!

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  154. Hi Samm I just loved Steffi's little wee quilts and left her a little note telling her so. I could never make anything so small with my arthritic hands but I loved looking at them.
    Blessings sandra

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  155. I'm not really a wantobe quilter anymore so don't enter me in the giveaway. All I wanted to say was WOWZA!!!

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  156. I love the idea of the tiny mini quilts. What a great way to play with new quilting designs or to try a new one!

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  157. Umm...wow! I'm still wrapping my head around paper piecing for regular sized quilts!
    I only have two quilts to pick for smallest, but one is for a diaper bag and is 33" X 40".
    I'm a follower here and of Steffi. My sponser is Amy from Dairy of a Quilter.
    mjwolanin@gmail.com

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  158. I love the mini quilts!
    I'm also now following Steffi!
    I would love to win this giveaway.
    I'm a wannabe quilter!
    My sponsor is at arianescrafts.blogspot.com

    Adelian ;)

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  159. Steffi I just adore your quilts! Fabulous!!
    xx, shell

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  160. I haven't made many small quilts, the smallest one I have made was crib size. I LOVE LOVE that fabric!!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  161. The smallest quilt (which is also my first) that I have made is my mini size mouse pad. It is made with strips of scraps. Thanks for the great giveaway !

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  162. "I am a Wantobe Quilter" My Sponsor is Michelle@theraspberryrabbits

    Those Mini Quilts are just adorable!! I am following Steffi and left a comment on her Blog~

    Thanks Steffi!!
    Nancy

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  163. "I am a Wantobe Quilter" My Sponsor is Michelle@theraspberryrabbits

    Yes, I am a follower here!! I have never made a large Quilt, let alone a mini. I think what Steffi does is just exquisite Art!! She must be blessed with excellent eyesight!!

    Huggs, Nancy

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  164. "I am a Wantobe Quilter" My Sponsor is Michelle@theraspberryrabbits

    Thanks again to Steffi, Michael Miller and Martindale & Co for being so Awesome and generous!!

    Nancy

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  165. That was really fascinating... inspiring, I may have to try one of these tiny creations...

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  166. Oh, Wow!! i loved each picture. I still remember playing with the dollhouse my daddy made for me. Jane's Fabric and Quilts is my sponsor

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  167. the smallest quilt I have made is an Inchie - one inch by one inch

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  168. Fabric. Yay! I've only made one quilt and it was a table runner, so, um, not small at all. I added Steffi and my sponsor is Amy @ Diary of a Quilter. Thanks!

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  169. Wow Steffi! My eyes would cross & stay that way if I made quilts that small. I've tried to follow Steffi's blog, but keep getting a message to try again later (I will). I'm a wantobe quilter, sponsored by the lovely Jacque aka Snoodles @ Lilypadquilting, and of course I follow here. The smallest quilt I've ever made? Does coloUring one with pencil crayons count? LOL (Beautiful fabrics!)

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  170. hey there-
    I follow you, now I follow Steffi, too. The smallest quilt I ever finished was a mini yo-yo quilt that was about 8" by 8". The smallest quilt I ever pieced was a paper-pieced tumblers pattern, but I didn't like the fabric I used, so it's hiding in a box somewhere.

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  171. Steffi, I love your quilts! Thank you for the lesson, I am going to try to do this. I am registered with "The Confused Quilter".

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  172. Wow that is incredible ... amazing talent ... I'm a Wantobe follower & now a follower of Steffi. My sponser is Amy @ Diary of a Quilter.

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  173. wow, those quilts are "sew little"!! I am now a follower of her candy quilts!

    I am a wantobe quilter.... though I'm beginning..... I still know "sew little".

    I am sponsored by Amy @ A Quilting Sheep and compared to her I truly know "sew little".

    I haven't completed a quilt yet.... but I'm making progress!! I'm just starting the channel quilting on my little quilt (40" X 40").... although in comparison it isn't "sew little". :)

    thank you sew much!!

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  174. These quilts are so cute! I would love to win this fabric and the book. I'm a wantobe that follows you and now Steffi and was sent by Lilypadquilting.

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  175. Oh my!! How adorable are these? And so perfectly sewn. I love them, but no way would my eyes cooperate with me. Thank you for sharing your wonderful talents with us!

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  176. I now follow Steffi's blog. I already follow your blog. Steffi's does such wonderful work. The smallest one I have made was a mug rug.

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  177. Wow, I am so amazed by Steffi's tiny work!!!! The smallest quilt I've made was a 30 by 30 inch doll quilt. My sponsor is Melissa Corry, thanks so much for the chance at this awesome giveaway!

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  178. I'm a wantobe following you and Steffi. I'm also sponsored by Lily Pad Quilting. Loving these beautiful little quilts! I've never tried anything this tiny! How amazing!

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  179. Hi, I am a wantobe, so have not made a small quilt. They are breathtaking! I can't imagine doing something like that. And her dollhouse must be amazing. I am sponsored by Mary on Lake Pulaski. I am now a follower of Steffi.

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  180. Wannabe here with team Lily Pad Quilting. I follow here, of course, and also now follow Steffi.

    The smallest quilts I ever made were the two baby quilt TOPS I made just this week! Now I have quilt tops, I have to figure out how to do the sandwiching and quilting part. More learning. More confusion.

    Maybe someday I'll have enough scraps to make such little wonders. Actually, I was thinking that with the little bits of fabric I have leftover from the baby quilts, I COULD, perhaps make a matching doll's quilt or little sleeping bag for a stuffed critter.

    Thanks, Steffi, for the ideas.

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  181. I am a follower of Steffi and you! Great giveaway and excellent post.

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  182. Well, those are the sweetest little quilts. I don't think my eye-sight could do them. They are so small. Would like to try. I am a new follower of Steffi's blog. I am sponcerd by Jane's Fabrics. I am a "Wantobe Quilter". Haven't made a quilt yet. Looking for something easy. Would love to win so I could get started. I am also a follower of you Madame Samm.
    I tried to start a blog, but not very good at it.

    junebugs5@msn.com

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  183. Well, those are the sweetest little quilts. I don't think my eye-sight could do them. They are so small. Would like to try. I am a new follower of Steffi's blog. I am sponcerd by Jane's Fabrics. I am a "Wantobe Quilter". Haven't made a quilt yet. Looking for something easy. Would love to win so I could get started. I am also a follower of you Madame Samm.
    I tried to start a blog, but not very good at it.

    junebugs5@msn.com

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  184. I am a follower here and of Steffi! I love those quilts and really had to study the pictures, I had a hard time believing they were so little!! I haven't made a quilt yet but I would love to have a go at mini ones, my mum has a beautiful old doll's house! I am sponsored by Amy @ Diary of a Quilter. Thanks for the chance to win xx

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  185. Beautiful and amazing. Thank you so much for coming and posting today. I am going to your blog so that I can follow. I have always been very interested in mini quilts and lately I have even drawn some up. This is a way cool lady, thanks M. Samm!

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