Monday, October 28, 2013

October Schnibble Done!

I finished the Schnibble for October yesterday!


I named mine “Four Patch in the Grass”, because it would make such a cute picnic blanket!!


The name of this pattern is “Clover”…


because Carrie says she needed her Clover seam ripper so much!  LOL!


This is a pattern you must layout completely on a design wall or available space and sew each square together one at a time.


And because Carrie explained in her directions why the pattern was named “Clover”, it made me be extra careful when removing the blocks from the wall and assembling each row.


Even so, I did have to use my seam ripper a few times!


And having to drape my old design wall fabric over the front of my two bookcases to create a quick design wall to use to lay it out, reminded me to get busy and get a design wall up in my sewing room!!


My new Vanishing Design Wall arrived today.  I will paint it white tomorrow before I hang it on the wall above my closet doors in my sewing room.


I’ll take pix and post them when it’s done!!


What are you working on this week?  Yogi’s working on getting as high on the couch as possible…which with these couches is the arm rest… LOL!!



  1. I just finished my Clover top today. I thought I was done last night until I discovered a mistake...After ripping out and repairing, it is done. I really like your colors! Thank you for sharing.

  2. It's been several months since I've done a Schnibbles; I miss them! I love how yours turned out! Very pretty!

  3. Your Clover quilt is stunning! Love the fabrics and the quilting!

  4. Your Clover looks wonderful. I have my flimsy done but don't think I'll get it quilted in time--my machine had to go in for an adjustment. Yes, I had to use my ripper, too!

  5. Very bright and cheerful! Love the backing! Cute picture of your sweet Yogi! Have a nice day!

  6. Oh you gotta love that Yogi ....
    and your colourful quilt....

  7. I love it Mary! It is the cutest little pattern. Hopefully worth sewing piece by piece! I hope you weren't swearing my name about that!

  8. I love this schnibbles Polly. Think it is my favorite of all the ones you've done so far. ( I make all my schnibbles vicariously through you :)) I have done a lot of sewing and no blogging in forever. Maybe I'll get back to it after Christmas.
    Your new home is beautiful and I know you are loving it.

  9. Beautiful--not sure I am brave enough to start a quilt named after a seam riper

  10. Your Schnibble all those tiny pieces I think the seam ripper would grow onto the end of my fingers.tee hee

  11. Love your Clover Schnibble, it is so bright and cheerful. I have the pattern, fabric ready to go but did not get to it. Your finished schnibbles are always inspiring to me.

  12. Great job! ...and you got it quilted! Mine needed a full time Clover makeover, which I didn't realize til it was done and I was taking pics!

  13. Love the colors in your Clover! It's both bright and cheerful. And I'm impressed that you've completely finished it as well! It's definitely on my to-do list, but I just couldn't find the time to make it in October.

  14. It looks so bright and cheery! I love it!


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