Moda, Quilting, Schnibble, Uncategorized

Sweet Spot Schnibble and a Confession of sorts

I’ve been playing with this collection of charms (Home Town by Sweetwater for Moda)for awhile first working on this Schnibble (Sweet Spot) using a common background fabric. (Just in case you don’t know about Carrie of Miss Rosie’s Quilt Co who designs these wonderful little patterns click on the Schnibble link and go have a visit!)

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I really couldn’t believe myself but when I made the flying geese for this project..and I mean all the flying geese for the border, and I was laying them out on my design wall I realized that I’d made them wrong..where was my mind I ask??

here’s my excuse

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sometimes Liam likes to hang out with Grandma in her studio..he is such a handsome distraction!

Thankfully I had more charms so I made the geese over again and correctly the second time and the wrong geese?

have become the star points in a slightly changed version of the Madeline Schnibble pattern. I like this little quilt so much that I’m thankful for that “little” mistake!

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10 thoughts on “Sweet Spot Schnibble and a Confession of sorts”

  1. okay, senior moment……….don’t get what you said was wrong……..???
    brought up the pattern……..what am I missing???

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  2. Shirley, when I was making the flying geese units for the first schnibble I made them with the geese in the background colour instead of gray.

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  3. Thank you Helen, Carries patterns really are wonderful so well written and so much fun to make too!

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  4. Thank you for visiting my blog and for the compliment too! I really enjoyed your pictures on your blog of your trip to Lapland, we visited there summer before last and I hope to go again someday.

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  5. thanks for telling me what was wrong. duh!
    (in my defense, I thought the photo showed the
    mistake, no wonder I couldn’t find it. LOL If I had
    only looked a little harder, I maybe would have
    understood.)
    Like everyone else, love the pattern and what you did
    with the parts that weren’t right.
    BTW Liam is quite handsome!

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