I have more Nordic Mini’s to show you from followers and friends of mine. It makes me so happy when I see other people’s interpretations of my tutorials. If you want to know more about the Nordic Mini quilt and get instructions, you can find them here.
The first quilt that I saw finished was this one by Amanda at The Patchsmith. I love the gingham and the hand quilting!
Amanda was kind of enough to give me feedback (pattern corrections) along the way. It’s never easy to get it right the first time, and I was so appreciative of her input.
This next quilt was made by Susie at Susie’s Sunroom . Her version is so pretty, and I love the addition of gray! It rings of Scandinavian origins.
She used simple quilting around the blocks and shapes which fits perfectly with this design!
Susie was also helpful in “suggesting” a pattern correction for me (thank you). She’s a busy gal herself, and I’m always amazed at all of the lovely sewing projects she has going on. You can find a page of tutorials and patterns on her blog here.
I was so glad to receive an email from one of my followers, Marge, with a picture attached of her completed Nordic Mini. Another beautiful project! It’s always fun to see the same pattern in different fabrics. (My apologies for the small image. I couldn’t get it any bigger without distorting it).
I’m hoping to make another one of these mini quilts myself. I’d like to try a row of trees instead of the hearts. Of course I’ll share that row with you, too! For now I’m quite happy with my original version.
Thanks for stopping by! Have a lovely week!