Sunday, December 16, 2012

Year Long Parade of Schnibbles!


Time for the 2012 Parade of Schnibbles!   First up is Full House in "A Breath of Avignon" fabric.  

Full House
February was I.S.T.H and I made it into a tablerunner.  I really love how it came out, but I sent it off to New York to be with Bree (Kathy's neice).
  
March was Bibelot. This is for my co-worker Sarah for her housewarming gift. It is made in Collections for a Cause by Moda "Faith."

  April was "Summer Day" here is the front and the next picture is the back.  This one has no home yet. 

 May was Doc Schnibbles.  This one went to Norway for Rachel Clark's first baby...a boy--Leon. 

 June's was "Leap Year" which I made in a Christmas Carol by Mary Englbreit.  JoAnne quilted it for me and I have an overexposed picture here.   It has no home yet. 

 July 2012's was free choice so I decided to finally get around to this Lincoln Schnibbles which I bought two years ago as a kit.  I love it even more in person and am not sure I want to gift it! 



 This is August's Dimestore Schnibbles also taken the first day I had my new camera and it is overexposed!  I need to drag those quilts back outside and get better pictures!

 This is Speck (a Little Bites pattern) made from "Frolic" fabric.  I think this one was Septembers' I love this one, but it isn't quilted yet.
I was off to a great start doing nine of the twelve Schnibbles, but I really like the size of the Schnibbles and a few of the months were either full size quilts or specks at the end.  I signed up for Schnibbles, so I did all of those that were offered up!  I love the Little Bites, but they aren't as versatile for gift giving for me.  All in all, I enjoyed Another Year of Schnibbles!  Thanks Sinta and Sherri for organizing it and keeping us motivated and thanks most of all to Carrie and Miss Rosie for writing the fabulous patterns this year!  I didn't win any prizes this year either, but I LOVE seeing each parade and have learned alot about what works and what doesn't (for me anyway) by looking at what others do too!

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