Monday, November 1, 2010

Paganini and...



Announcing "Butterchurn" by Sherri Falls of This & That; this is the Le Petite pattern for November.  This is really a fun little quilt to make.  It takes 68 charm squares.  (I actually used a single light and so needed fewer charms--I chose to make mine scrappy using prints from several different lines by Lecien and then used a Michael Miller polka dot on white for the light fabric in the 8 churn dash and 8 Jacob's Ladder blocks).  This table topper measures 24 1/2" by 24 1/2", so it's a great project to make in a day! (Please send photos/links to blogposts by November 30th for the December 1st "Butterchurn" parade).



And now on to Paganini! When we first announded Paganini I had my top completed without the scallop border and quilting...I'm happy to say it's finished now!  I really loved this pattern and know I'll be making it again--many of you also loved this pattern.  For the rest of the Paganini quilts make sure to go over to Sinta's blog!



 Allison (Bliss, of course)!

 Laura used Verna by Kate Spain for Moda.



A few Halloween versions now...first, Polly's (love the polka dots too)!



And Leah's Halloween version.




And Kim's!


 Mai used Pure by Sweetwater for Moda.



This beautiful fall version was done by Suzie.


 Sandy F. (no blog) used Whimsy by Fig Tree.


 Shannon used Awesome by Sandy Gervais.


Sandie L sent in this great Paganini.


 Shelley used Eden by Moda.


Paulette (no blog) was able to use fabric from her stash!
                                    

Jo's Paganini in solids--so striking--love it.



And here is Hazle's version.  She used Bliss mixed with fabrics from her stash!



Carol used the fun Punctuation line by American Jane for Moda.



This version using Arnold's Attic was made by Edith.



Linda used Rural Jardin for this one (Rouenneries used in the border).


Linda also made another Paganini...using Maison de Garance for this one!


Mary used Butterfly Garden by Moda--her quilting is beautiful as well.


May Kristin made a very colorful Paganini using 12 Days of Christmas by Kate Spain for Moda.


Naomi (no blog) sent this Paganini with scrappy binding.


Simone also made a Paganini with solids--this is her first quilt with solids.

Stina used Rosalie Quinlan's Sweet Broderie...so lovely! Thanks again for stopping by...have a wonderful day!


32 comments:

Darlene said...

Love the new pattern for November! Your fabrics are adorable.

Fabulous Paganini parade. So many beauties.

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

Great parade!
I really like the next project too. :-)

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

The parade is wonderful! I should have mine finished today:( - just too much going on in my world! Sherry's pattern looks like a lot of fun!

May Kristin said...

Loved seeing all the beautiful Paganini quilts in the parade!
Look forward to do the next Le Petite!

WoolenSails said...

Wonderful quilts and colors. I love the black, tends to be my main background color lately;)

Debbie

Linda said...

Great pick for the next project! All the Paganini were beautiful and unique! Can't wait to see the next parade!

Becky said...

Wow, these are all fantastic! I love seeing one pattern in so many variations. Inspiring!

Sharon said...

Great little pattern! And loved seeing all the variations with last months pattern. I did not get to play along this time....

Jennifer @ Stitchin' Thyme said...

They all lokk fabulous!!

Cardygirl said...

Great to see them all...they look amazing!

Millie said...

All the quilts are fabulous.

Terriaw said...

what a great pattern! And how fun to see the variety everyone chose. I do love the solids, especially on a darker background. So fun!

Madame Samm said...

What a collection..eany, Meany, miney, moe.. which one wants to go...
With meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee....
really lovely work ladies...

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Love your new quilt Sherri...and what the girls have done...just awesome...

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Really really really love your butterchurn.

Ginger Patches said...

That butterchurn is soooo cute!! I love it--both the pattern and the fabric you used. And all those gorgeous paganini quilts--wonderful!!

reddoorquilting said...

I did not see my Pagnaini in the parade. I sent it in with Little Red Hen blog I started last year.
Did you get it? Loved the parade.
Edith

StitchinByTheLake said...

It is totally amazing at how different they all look! blessings, marlene

Kim D. said...

What a great parade! I love to see the variety of all the fabrics, very nice quilts.

sewingseedscraftylife said...

The quilts are all beautiful and I love the new pattern. That pop of red in the corner really sets of the block well.

Simone de Klerk said...

Such BEAUTIFUL Paganini's. Striking, every single one of them. And I love how people put in their own little details.
Great new pattern for November too. A whole new adventure.

Carol said...

What a wonderful parade! I'm off to order the new pattern...it's wonderful!

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

Great parade! All the quilts are so lovely. Paganini may be my favorite of all the Schnibbles patterns. It looks great made with any fabric.

Handmade by Mai said...

Great parade of Paganini. They are all very beautiful. Know I'm thinking about which fabrics I'm going to use for the next project.

an encourager said...

Sooo excited it has begun again! Thanks!

Mama Pea said...

So fun to see all the different variations!

Stina said...

Ahhh. .... this is what I am looking forward to every end of month.. to see the PARADE of lovely quilts... and this time I enjoyed it even more I think.. so many wonderful quilts... Well done all!!! :o)

julia said...

Ooooh, another beautiful parade!
Again, I simply love your version of Paganini, and seing it quilted is even better!
Don't laugh at me, but I somehow mixed it all up with the ironing board cover deadline - I was convinced that we would have time until Nov. 15th...tssss...silly me!
I will make Paganini this month instead of the (beautiful!) Butterchurn quilt....
Hugs, Julia

P.S.: your entry for the BQF is gorgeous, love that quilt, too!

Glenna @ Hollyhock Quilts said...

These are just fabulous! I love seeing the same pattern in all the different fabrics. Thanks so much!

Linda said...

Sherri, thanks again for putting Le Petite together with Sinta! You guys rock!! I can't believe I won! Thanks so much again!

Micki said...

I enjoyed all the eye candy and the table topper pattern is wonderful!
Micki

Barb said...

Just amazing...loved the quilt show.

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