Happy October! Welcome to the Whit Schibbles parade featuring table-size quilts made with Moda Candy (2 ½″ x 2 ½″ squares.
If you are looking for my Jolly Bar quilt post, go here.
I had so much fun making my version of Whit. It had actually been a little while since I had sewn flying geese when I started my quilt, and I was ready for them. At the last minute I changed my mind about binding, switching from the aqua version of this Miss Kate scallop to the navy color way. My fabrics are primarily Miss Kate with about a quarter of them coming from other Bonnie & Camille collections. So…without further ado…here we go with the parade. As usual, I have the first part of the alphabet and Sinta has the latter part (based on first names). If your quilt (or blog link) is missing, please email with a photo or link or both, and we’ll get it added in asap!
First is Carol’s quilt…I love her navy background with the Miss Kate fabrics!
Next up is this fun Miss Kate version by Carol!
And Carol Fun made a Halloween table runner!
Cynthia pieced this beautiful version using one of my favorite fabric collections, 1974 by Urban Chiks.
And I love Terri’s beautiful fall version!
Donna’s colorful version…her first time participating!
And this is Dee’s version. I just love these bright colors.
Dorothy made a one block mini Halloween version.
Kim’s version is truly Scrumptious!
Gail made a mini version of the pinwheel setting.
And Greg’s version also features the pinwheel setting in a gorgeous mix!
Gretchen also pieced a fun fall version!
Here is Hildy’s quilt which is a variation of two different versions available in the pattern…love it!
And Jackie is ready for fall with her quilt!
Jamie used fussy cut squares for her quilt…
And Jennifer used a print from Miss Kate for her background.
I love Joanne’s version as well…she used Minick & Simpson fabrics with a linen background.
And how is this for a fun Halloween version…Jody made her quilt using the Eerie collection!
This is Joy’s first entry in a Schnibbles parade…thanks Joy!
And Barb sent in this fun version of Whit.
And finally we have Judith’s beautiful quilt.
Thanks so much to everyone who participated in the parades, and thank you all for stopping by!