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The Miniature quilts and other patchwork projects for dollhouses, roomboxes and dioramas

Is it a quilt, a comforter or a clothing item?

Also see sewing

Also see pages with shop tag.


Trunk Baby Green

Links to miniature patchwork or quilting projects

Quilt Shop by Nancy in Ohio
Quilt Shop in Sewing Machine by Denise Sanders  http://www.picturetrail.com/sfx/album/view/23304763
a pic of my quilt shop made several years ago..all cardboard and printies.. Jo in GA..


Sewing a quilt.
Hot chocolate and cake for Mimi and Mathilde
The Quirky Apartment Set
  • photo albums, blog posts, webpages

Cat Tales Quilt Shop - by Moonyeen Moeller, in Good Sam Showcase of Miniatures blog

Kitty Quilt - by Lucy Winsky

Miniature Quilts - by Cheryl Kerfoot

Mom's Quilt Shop - by Julie

Quilt Cottage - by Miss Kris

Quilt Shop - by Fern Rouleau. Pretty labor intensive and it is about 12 inches by 14 
inches. The 120 fabric bolts alone took me 6 hours to do.

Quilt Shop - by Denise Sanders

Quilt Shop - by Jane

Quilt Shop - by Judy Ferguson

Quilt Shop - by Nancy

Quilt Shop - by Maureen

Mom's Quilt Shop - by Wendy Cole



  • Blogs concentrating on quilts or categories/labels about them in blogs

Simp;y Patchwork - Spanish blog


  • Discussion groups, forums (or forum categories) and photo groups dedicated to quilts.


Supplies for sale

  • Supplies needed for making quilt projects.


Miniatures for sale

  • Do you have a section for quilts in your shop? Add a direct link to that item here.

Bunny Hill Designs

Country Comforts Miniature Patchwork 

Fine Miniature Quilts - by Kate Adams

Miniature Quilts and More - by Linda Gale

Miniature Patchwork - Ina Wickers, Spain, 

Paper Pieces - 1/4" hexagons used in English paper piecing

Victorian Quilt Patterns




  • Books about miniature quilt projects (also books with chapters about them) 


Instructions for miniatures


Miniature printables



  • Wallpapers that go well with quilt projects


Other Printies

  • Book/magazine covers related to quilts


Quilt Printie - from Homestead

Printable Quilts - from Laura Miller, QS

Printable Fan Quilts - from About.com



  • links to sites showing how to make items related to quilts

Cheater's Patchwork - from Ninimakes

Cigar Box Doll Bed and Postage Stamp Quilt - from Just Something I Made

Dollhouse Bed Comforter - from Nature’s Soul Miniatures

Display a Quilt - by Mini-mum

Easy Patchwork - by Taiju 

English Paper Piecing Patchwork  - from Mini-mum

Hexagon blanket - by Taiju 1

How to Glue a Quilt - from Minidoll List

Mini Quilt Tut - by Judy Ferguson

Miniature Patchwork Quilt Tutorial by NualaMary (Spanish)

Miniature Quilt - by Liberty Biberty

Miniature Quilts - by About.com

No-sew Log Cabin Quilt


Paper Piecing Tutorial

Patchwork Tutorial - from Make it Small

Quilt Shop - by Maureen Heuchert



  •  YouTube videos about miniature projects related to this subject


Research/ Inspiration



  • Use foil to drape quilts or tablecloths by gluing the fabric to the foil or inside the quilt.
  • Try whip-stitching a length of fabric coated wire along the edges of the quilt and bend it into the required shape. 
  • Worn Flanellette makes a nice batting.
  • Remember to make the patchwork area larger that the actual quilt to allow for extras, like pillow shams and trimming.
  • Paper can look like fabric. Find a printie, spread glue evenly on the back of the print, and place glue side up on a large piece of plastic wrap. ( A stiff piece of plastic like a credit card spreads glue thinly and evenly) Place a slightly larger piece of paper towel on top of the glues area, smoothing from the centre outward. Place another piece of plastic wrap , making a sandwich - plastic wrap, prinite, paper towel, plastic wrap. Crumple into a ball, squeeze, and straightesintil the paper becomes soft and fabric-like.


Ideas about what is needed for these projects

  • links to inspiring pages
  • ideas for shop names


  • YouTube videos about the subject














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