Saturday, January 15, 2011

Baby Pinwheels

I was going to use the bonus blocks from the snowballs to make a case for my i-pad.  Now that I have them together though, I hate to cover them up like that.  Maybe I'll just make a tiny little wall hanging instead.  The individual half square triangles are squared up to 1.25 inches, so the finished size is .75.

16 comments:

Quilter Kathy said...

It's adorable! I love it!

Brenda Kay said...

Be sure I am applauding you the task. I tend to stay away from things so tiny. Perhaps I will be up for the challenge one day. But for now 2" squares are my limit.

LuAnn said...

Love the little quilt Angela.

Melinda said...

You really are going to use up every tiny little scrap, aren't you? Very cute.

Anita said...

Oh wow, I don't have the precision or patience to make those small squares...yet. They're so cute.

Logopaedchen/Kirsten said...

Amazing!!! Things that small in end up in the waste in this house.
I´m sorry, but that is too small for me...it would kill me.:-))

rosa said...

Hola me encanta eso de la chatarra y me gusta mucho tu blog y por eso me hago seguidora tuya y así poder visitarte muy a menudo.besos desde Valencia España.

Sue said...

That is awesome! The size makes it really striking.

Amanda said...

So tiny, and so accurate; amazing.

Candace said...

So cute, but just thinking about how tiny it is is making my fingers all fumbly.

Amy (lilme2_99) said...

Now you're just bragging





;0)

Lilian Pilar said...

Gracias por el traductor, me facilita la lectura de tu casita virtual...hasta el proxomo sábado...saludos...

Thanks for the translator makes me reading your virtual house ... until proxomo Saturday ... greetings ...

Karen en Marc said...

Waw this is really a little wall hanging but it's so beautiful. Love blue.

Connie said...

This is really neat and I can't believe your patience with all those tiny pieces! Great work!

Comfort Cove Designs said...

God Bless your patience!! I love working with small pieces but that is even too small for me to work with!!!

Quiltingly Yours
Andrea

Angelcat said...

sooo cute, I don't know if I would have the patience or the accuracy with my stitching to work that small