I have been drawn to small quilts ever since I acquired this ...
It is an Ohio Star with Sawtooth by Kati Adams - 1 inch to 1 foot. The description on the back reads:
This unique folkart collectible is made from authentic antique fabrics. Like early quiltmakers, I frugally preserve each scrap, perusing my accumulation until the right combination emerges. Scarcity is the central design element, affording the quilts an undeniable integrity. Flaws in fabric, signs of wear and intermediate mending and seamwork are apparent. The use of antique fabric provides a revealing window into the quiltmaking process of the past and produces quilts that are truly reflective of the American woman's cultural heritage.
While the quilt that I am sharing is not one of the miniature reproduction quilts, it measures 40 x 40 which I thought was a small quilt at the time, and for me represents a leap forward in my quilting journey.
Side one -- spring/summer
Side Two -- fall/winter
Lessons learned from this -- patience, sense of accomplishment, confidence -- and some projects use a lot of thread!
Thank you Amy --