I loved the chocolate brown and caramel colors in this quilt. I started with the border fabric and had so much fun choosing all the fabrics for the blocks. Most of the fabric came from my stash or from Kim's stash. As a result of all the angles in making the blocks, I ended up with a lot of little mini triangels.
I know a lot of people don't keep these, but I did and sewed them together in little blocks. They have been languishing for almost 2 years, but I finally decided to finish them up.
But in looking at Mocha Swirl, I still had some pieces left of the border fabric and of the backing fabric.
So I decided to make some little mini quilts and use these fabrics up.
I was able to get three little quilts out of all my leftover triangles. The one on the left is not done yet. The one in the middle is my giveaway, and the one on the right is going up as a wall hanging in our upstairs bathroom.
So here is Mocha Mini #2. I cut the border fabric into 1 1/2" strips and made a pieced border. This quilt is completely hand quilted by me. The only thing left to do is add a Kitty, my special trademark.
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