Quilt Petite Blog Hop with Sedef Imer - The Jolly Jabber Quilting Blog

Quilt Petite Blog Hop with Sedef Imer

We’ve jumped on the blog hop train showcasing Sedef Imer’s first book, Quilt Petite!
The book features so many fun, small projects to decorate your house with! Not only mini quilts, but also mug rugs, pot holders, and more!

Along with featuring such precious little projects, the book is also a learning tool to tackle some of the tricks of the sewing trade! The guide and projects make this book perfect for beginners and experienced sewers alike.

At Fat Quarter Shop, we took to the drawing boards when we were asked to join Sedef’s fun blog hop! We decided on the “Hearts” mini quilt up, and used the Vintage Daydream collection by Designs by Dani for Riley Blake!

We love how the floral prints mixed with the warm, heart-shaped pattern! The touch of golden yellow was just what we needed to make the hearts really pop!

Have you checked out the book? What are you going to create? Leave a comment on this blog post by the end of the day on December 7, 2016, for your chance to win a copy of Quilt Petite!


  1. I have not yet looked through the book…but the blog hop is very inspiring. Who could resist the Bonjour pillow from the cover? That would probably be my first choice project:)

  2. First I would make the pillow that is on the front cover – of the little girl's skirt and shoes – then I would make the cute wall hanging you have just made and then….keep on choosing the next project :)!

  3. I'm getting back into quilting and starting with a small project is right up my alley. Given that I love hearts, I'd go for the heart project featured in this blog. 🙂

  4. I love the mini 9 patch that Pretty By Hand made—those little knots around each block! Would love to try that.
    Thanks for the chance.

  5. This book is scrumptious…I would start with the heart table topper and then the placemats and then the sewing machine mat…gosh I will have to retire and start sewing more…

  6. I love the cover pillow as well, especially since I have darling granddaughters! Sooo cute! But I love the little pinwheel quilt too…and the sewing machine "caddy"…plus I would love to try foundation piecing but I haven't yet and a petite sized project seems perfect to test the waters!

  7. Great hop with so much inspiration! Looks like a fabulous book! My first project would absolutely be the placemat with the pocket!

  8. This book has so many great projects that I'd love to make! One of my first ones would be the triangle patchwork placemats with the silverware pocket. Sedef is so creative!

  9. I haven't seen the book yet and the photos in your post are not showing on the blog. I'll try to come back tomorrow to see if I can see the photos with your post. Thanks for offering a copy of the book.

  10. All of the projects I have seen so far are inspiring. I would make a mini quilt or two and I have a load of potholders to make so…

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  11. I have followed the blog hop and have enjoyed the beautiful items that have been posted. Would love to have a copy of the book!

  12. I just have to say I found this book at Barnes and Nobel and bought I there. It is lovely the pictures are awesome and the projects look doable and fun.

  13. Love learning new techniques and this book looks like a winner…would start by making the sewing machine mat to give to my daughter along with the sewing machine I promised her.

  14. Luv the hexagon pot holders. Have been wanting to try hexagons . They are on my bucket list for 2017. Also the little girl with dress and shoes would make a darling backside of a pillow case dress.

  15. I am infatuated with the little girl on the the cover. She would be my first choice then I would probably work all the projects in this awesome book. It is most definitely on my wish list!

  16. I like a good, quick project and having a quilt book in hand is perfect for starting a new project when inspiration hits. I like the little heart quilt and would make that first.

  17. i would love to get my hands on this book. i like making small things i can give as a surprise gift for no reason. thanks for the chance to win.

  18. Quilt Petite has so many charming projects. Even though I'm timid about whether my stitching would turn out as precious as the author's does, I feel excited to give her nine-patch wallhanging a try–there really is something for everyone in this book!

  19. I love the 9 patch that Kristyne Czepuryk showed on her blog hop day. I would try to replicate that project. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  20. I love making sweet and adorable small pieces as gifts and this book looks perfect!!! Would love to get my hands on this book!! Thanks for the chance!!

  21. I have not looked through the book yet. However, have written myself a sticky note so I don't forget to do it today. Projects look like fun.

  22. OH HOW I WOULD LOVE TO WIN THIS BOOK. Sedef is one of my favorite designers. Her petite prints coupled with these petite projects in this book are just lovely. Thanks for the chance to win.

  23. My husband has made a doll crib for one of our grand daughters and I need to make a darling doll quilt to go in it. Thanks.

  24. I love the Dresden cushion and the placemats and potholders are fun. I think it would be hard to choose what to work on first.

  25. I have not seen the book yet, but it seems perfect for a quilter like me with limited time (and attention span!). Many thanks!

  26. I love the collection that you used for this project and and the project itself. Would be wonderful to win this book. Thanks for the chance.

  27. The Quilt Petite sounds like a great book. I would definitely make the pillow on the front. My granddaughter has taken several similar pictures of her legs & shoes.

  28. This book is Awesome! Thank you for chance to win your give_a-way too! Love the potholder w/besides! & The Bonjour pillow is so cute!

  29. I love mini quilts and using small prints along with large print fabric is one of my new favorite things…what a great giveaway,,,thank you.

  30. I have a grown daughter with a February birthday. I would love to make the heart mini quilt for her birthday! Looks like a wonderful book to own..thank you!