What’s Up Doc?

This month’s Schnibble was completed on Monday – just before I had to leave for guild.

I did it in “Twirl” by Me & My Sister Designs. I had recieced a charm pack from my secret pal last month and so I bought a second one and some yardage for tthe back. It was a very easy pattern, but I could only do one block at a time because I wanted to make sure the placement was right.

I just quilted in the ditch around the card trick blocks and then again around the HST border piecces.

Here is the back – lime green of course.

It turned out so cute. I did have a photo of my top and my friend Jo Anne’s top together, but alas, it is on my laptop and the laptop is at the repair facility.


Old & New

When I was organizing my stash, I came across the oldest fabric in my stash.  I remember buying it.  It was my very first piece of yardage that I ever bought as a quilter.


It is a glittery piece of Christmas fabric.  I remember buying it with my grandmother.  I bought it 11 years ago. I am using it in a project; a table runner and placemats for Christmas (that I started two years ago). 

The newest piece of fabric is actually two pieces bought at the same time.


It is from Moda’s Grace Line.  It is for borders and binding for my hexagon quilt.

A Drawing:

From now until November 30th, post about your oldest and newest fabric in your stash on your blog and you could win a goodie package from Hawaii including the calendar below:

calI will even do my best to get some of the artists to sign their quilt photos.


  1. Post about your oldest and newest fabric in your stash – include photos and what you plan for it.
  2. Put a Link in your blog post to THIS post.
  3. Come back here and post a link your POST about your oldest and newest fabrics in your stash.  If you only post to your blog, you become ineligible for winning.
  4. I will draw a winner on December 1st (or close to it) from eligible Mr. Linky links. 

UPDATED:  Since I realize that not everyone has a small, easy-to-get-to stash like I do, I will accept a post about just your newest piece in your stash.

Now – for the posts: