Hello again! If you are looking for the Blogger Girls Block of the month post, it’s here. But if you are looking for Schnibbles, you are in the right place! The gorgeous quilt pictured above is Sinta’s version of our July pattern, “Lincoln!” I think hers might be the prettiest version I’ve ever seen! This pattern is available as a paper pattern, pdf pattern, and it can also be found in Carrie’s book Another Bite of Schnibbles: 24 Quilts from 5″ or 10″ Squares (That Patchwork Place). So….since there is a larger version of this quilt in the book, you have the option of making either size quilt this month! We have some beautiful Dulcinea quilts to share this month…here we go!
Joann made a beautiful version, and I truly love her photo too…looks like the perfect gate to hang a quilt!
Brenda sent this gorgeous photo of her quilt.
Carol C (no blog) made this lovely Dulcinea.
And Carol Lewis made a beautiful red version with some fun accent fabrics.
Connie‘s quilt is also beautiful!
Drue sent this cute mini!
Elizabeth made an absolutely stunning version of Dulcinea.
Gretchen used neutral tones for her quilt.
Hildy made this bright happy quilt!
Izzy used Boho…a fabric collection I love!
Jackie created this fun and happy version!
Jennifer used blues, creams and tans…so beautiful!
Jodi’s quilt is also stunning!
Judith used a beautiful classic red, cream and tan mixture.
Julie T created a fun quilt as well.
Karen M used a fun border print (It has been fun to see all the border variations)!
Karen O created this bright Dulcinea!
Kim‘s patriotic Dulcinea is perfect for celebrating this week!
Dorothy used minty greens, pinks and yellows!
Gerri also used some classic blues, creams and tans!
Jan made this beautiful quilt!
And Cindy made this soothing summer version!
I hope you’ve enjoyed the quilts…I sure have! And there are even more over at Sinta’s blog today! Be sure to stop by and see the rest of the quilts. And thank you so much to everyone for sending in their photos and links. Today’s parade was the easiest one I’ve posted…I so appreciate your help in sending everything in!
Thanks so much for stopping by!