The Dream On and City Weekend half-square triangles are now…”Paganini!”
“Paganini” is one of Carrie’s newest Schnibble patterns…and it’s our very first project for the next year of small projects…called…”Le Petite!” We will be making small projects each month and having parades each month as well…we’ll be doing several Schnibbles along the way…and everyone is welcome to join in!
My quilt isn’t quite finished…I’ll have to wait until yardage is available for Dream On so that I can add my inner scalloped border…but this is what the border will look like…
I LOVE Carrie’s version made with Bliss…showing off the border I’ll be adding.
But wait…you’ll have four choices for this project…”Paganini” is actually four designs in one pattern…this Fresh Cottons version is fun, too!
And look at the quilt made in solids…gorgeous!
And another version with reproduction fabrics and dark sashing and background. You’ll have until October 31st to make your version of “Paganini”–parade on November 1st…please join in with Sinta and I as we start a new year of projects (we’ll have a button for “Le Petite” soon)!
And now for our parade…if you remember we had two choices, “Plan C” and “Short Story.” More “Plan C” quilts were made…but we also got several “Short Story” projects entered! Lisa used Zippity Doo Da for this fun version of “Plan C!”
Trisha used Kona white and lots of colorful fabrics from her stash to make “Short Story.”
Marianne used Botany for her “Plan C” and changed up the outer borders.
Regena also made “Plan C” with a border variation…fun!
Polly used the Mary Engelbreit fabric Attitude Girls…you can see the cute back on her blog!
Paulette (no blog) used A Breath of Avignon for “Short Story.”
Penny (who is joining us today for the first time) made a miniature version of “Plan C”–yes, one-inch squares! Love this!
Simone used A Breath of Avignon for her “Plan C” and also did a different border.
Rita (no blog) used Nottingham Village for her “Plan C.”
Robin increased the block size from “Plan C” to 12 ½″ to make a baby quilt.
Sandie L used the beautiful Park Avenue by Moda for her “Plan C.”
Sandy F (no blog) used Building Blocks by American Jane for her bright, cheery “Plan C.”
Suzie also used Botany…making “Short Story.”
Stina made a beautiful “Short Story” with applique’d flowers on the side. You can visit her blog to see her fun post with all of her Schnibbles on a clothesline (except the Tuffets, of course)!
Susanne used Old Primrose Inn for her version of “Short Story.”
Now, remember earlier when I said you had until the end of October to make “Paganini?” The reason for the extra time is another fun project we want to share with you…”The Great Cover Up” project! Sinta and I are going to have a parade on October 15th of before and after ironing boards…so if your ironing board cover is lacking in style…or just really old and tattered…here is the perfect opportunity to make a new cover. Sinta will be having a tutorial in a few days to give you some ideas. There are also some fun ironing board cover patterns available that you are free to use( I love this one by Bonnie at Cotton Way). Just send a before and after picture to Sinta or I by October 14th to be entered in the parade…and feel free to copy the button above if you’re participating! Whew…and also…just a bit of information for those of you who have made all 12 Schnibbles…we will be having a parade October 1st for that. Please post all 12 projects on your blog sometime in between now and then (we know some of you have already done so…)…send us the link…and on October 1st there will be a parade and a Grand Prize drawing for those who have completed the whole year of Schibbles.
So…October 1st…Year of Schnibbles Parade…October 15th The Great Cover-Up Parade…and November 1st…Paganini Parade…first project for “Le Petite!” Feel free to e-mail with any questions! Have a great day!