Monday, October 28, 2013

October Schnibble Done!

I finished the Schnibble for October yesterday!

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

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The name of this pattern is “Clover”…

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

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

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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.

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

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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!!

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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.

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

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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!!

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17 comments:

  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.

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

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

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  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!

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

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

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  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!

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  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.
    Vail

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

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

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  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.

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  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!

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  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.

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

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