The National Quilt Museum just posted this on their Facebook page and we can't believe how small Pat Kuhns made these quilts. We're wondering what all the seams looked like...

Today is all about #SecretsMW for #MuseumWeek! Our Registrar gives us a behind the scenes look at several miniature bed quilts created by Pat Kuhns.

Pat drafted these foundation pieced patterns to a small scale so they would fit the miniature bed frames. Pat also made coordinating fitted sheets, flat sheets and pillows to complete the set. #nqmcollection

These are on exhibit & part of the Collection of the National Quilt Museum.

Click here to watch a short video about these miniature works of art.

#4 Gloria Watson 2019-05-24 22:18
They are wonderful to see! Where is this Museum?
#3 Michele K. 2019-05-19 15:15
Wow, I just took a "Tiny Piecing " class with Lynn Carson Harris, so I think I understand the work involved. These pieces must have been a real challenge and a thrill to accomplish.
#2 Grandma G 2019-05-15 15:42
How does she do that?
#1 scrapquilter2 2019-05-15 13:18
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