I've written so many free tutorials for my blog Fabric Mutt, and today I'd like to share what may possibly be my favorite one yet: the Typewriter Mini Quilt. It's no secret that I'm absolutely in love with all things retro, and typewriters are no exception. This project is a fun way to use up tiny leftovers of your favorite fabrics, including the text prints that I so adore. I personally think that this quilt would look adorable in any number of settings: a college dorm room, a home office, even a stylish nursery. Every bit of the pattern is done with traditional piecing which you can follow through the diagrams below from the pages of my sketchbook. Get out your scrap bucket and spend a weekend putting together your very own fabric puzzle!
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