I just love working on my miniature quilts. Lately I've been making one a year. The thing with miniatures though, is that even though they're not as much work as a full size quilt, you do a lot of work (timewise) with not much result (output-wise). I guess what I'm trying to say is this: I'm still working away on my miniature, and I don't really have much more of it to show you.
So instead I thought I'd show you my miniature from last year. It's 14" square. Yup ... 14". Each log cabin block is 2" square. Each log must be 1/4" wide. Of course I foundation pieced the log cabin blocks. I can't even imagine trying to do it any other way. I had originally designed this quilt to be a full sized one, but just haven't gotten around to making it up yet. I will get to it someday. My log cabin miniature still has the velcroes on the back from when it was hanging up at the show. Because of the velcroes, it sticks super well to the lounge in the family room, so I use it as an 'arm protector' on one of the lounges. It's getting really grotty and needs a wash.
I have entered miniatures in the guild show for the past three years, and have been super lucky to have placed first each time. I only really decided at the last minute to enter again this year, I actually had to call and make sure it was okay for me to do it, as I'd missed the deadline. Let's hope I can get the quilt finished in time, I've got about 5 weeks to go!