Packed with techniques, patterns, and inspiration for small-scale quilts doll-sized quilts can be completed relatively quickly and inexpensively. They can be made into cushion covers, runners or wall decorations, or used as a lesson or as a trial for a larger project; and they can be swapped, gifted or posted. In Little Quilts sometimes the quilt is just one block, sometimes several blocks, but all have been designed with the same attention to detail as a full-sized quilt. Seven quilts have been designed by Sarah Fielke and seven by Amy Lobsiger, and the final quilt is a collaboration – with Amy making the central circle, then sending it to Sarah to turn it into a finished quilt. Techniques include hand- and machine-quilting, traditional piecing, paper piecing, appliqué and embroidery. The size of the quilts (nothing larger than 60 x 60cm) will tempt you to try a new sewing technique or a new design concept, and you can either follow the instructions or use them as inspiration for your own quilt design.