Sunday, September 9, 2012

Design Wall Monday



Sunday I worked on the September Schnibble pattern 'Speck'.  Instead of the new mini charms, I thought I would use some JR strips to cut my 2.5" squares and use up some scrap Kona white.  I am using just a 3 x 4 block setting for a doll quilt size.


These lovely daisy fabrics were sent to me by Pauline of PhoenixHeirlooms - yes, from across the pond!  'Sweet Daisy May' by Fabric Feedom in London, England.  I've had them a couple of years, waiting to be played with.  I thought they were perfect for this.  And lots left to play with yet, too.  OOOO, I should make one of my little dolls to go with the quilt!


I finished up my little Santa ornaments from Saturday's Christmas Quilt Along - cut short by our tornado - thank you all for your concerns and well wishes, but we faired with minimal damage compared to other places (yes, NY does get tornados).  Now to add bead eyes, nose,  jingle bells to the hat ends, and hangers.

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CLOSING

"By all these lovely tokens
September days are here,
With summer’s best of weather
And autumn’s best of cheer."
- Helen Hunt Jackson, September, 1830-1885
Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

17 comments:

  1. Sharon, your little Santa ornaments are just darling!!! What fun these would be to make for my stitching group gals!! Where did you find the pattern for this jolly fellow!! Glad you're safe and sound from all that weather ... it was really bad. Have a happy Monday!! :)

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  2. glad you are safe Sharon,cute santas.xx

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  3. Your speck quilt is so beautiful with those liberty fabrics...a great quilt to showcase them! So glad to hear all is well after the tornado...must have been such an anxious time for you. Love that batch of Santas!

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  4. I second that Sharon... glad all is OK in your neck of NY! :)

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  5. The speck quilt is going to be great. And I was thinking about you Saturday when the weather hit. Thankfully too we didn't hit get nearly as bad as they predicted. Did you get to the parade yesterday? We didn't go but hubby's fire department was there.

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  6. Glad all is well, cute Santa ornaments!Fabrics and Schnibbles are awfully sweet too!

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  7. Great little quilt in progress and the Santas will be darling. Glad to hear you faired ok in the tornado that must have been scary .

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  8. Sweet doll quilt using SPECK pattern. Lovely fabrics from Pauline. YOU are going to be ready for Christmas, unlike some of us. (ME)

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  9. Cute Speck pattern. I am going to do a doll quilt, too.

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  10. I do like the Speck pattern and it looks great in those fabrics.

    I can't wait to see the finished Santas.

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  11. I really love your quilt and the stripes will look great in that pattern. Nice job!!

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  12. Love the Santa ornaments, and I look forward to seeing the dolly that goes along with the quilt!
    So glad that you are safe, after the tornado!

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  13. Sharon, I'm so glad you are ok. I didn't realize the tornado was so close to you.
    I love the santas!!

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  14. Love those Santa ornaments! They are just so adorable! :)

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  15. Those fabrics are just wonderful. What a great little doll quilt. And yes, your little dolls that go with are so special! Goodness between the hurricane and tornadoes you guys up there in NY need a break from Mother nature.

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  16. great looking quilt.
    your santa's are going to be cute.
    TORNADO! glad to hear you are safe.

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  17. I've never sewn a Schnibble pattern. This is really cute Sharon. Are all Schnibbles small?

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