When I first started blogging about a year and a half ago, I didn’t know a soul and it was like charting unknown territory…both scarry and exciting at the same time. Not only was I virtually computer illiterate but at the time I had been quilting for just over a year so I was really a newbie in both areas. And as for taking photos, the digital camera that I had purchased years before had never been out of it’s original box.
Through the patience and generosity of fellow bloggers, it certainly didn’t take long to learn the ropes and to make new friends and acquaintances from every corner of the globe. I learned about swapping, giveaways, BOM’s and a host of other things too numerous to mention. But what was all this talk about Schnibbles?
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Here a Schnibble, there a Schnibble…everywhere I looked, there was all this talk about Schnibbles. Then one day I read about Sherri hosting A Year of Schnibbles and a monthly Schnibbles parade and it was only then that I found out what in fact a Schnibbles was. They are the cutest little quilt patterns designed by Carrie Nelson of Miss Rosie’s Quilt Co.
One day Mary from Quilt Hollow was featuring a Schnibble quilt that she had just made and quilted and in my comment on that post I told Mary that if ever I made a Schnibble, she would be the one to quilt it.
Well here it is again…
Quilted by Mary and bound by me! But I’m not sure whether I should leave it on our kitchen table or…
on the dough box. Which do you prefer?
Included in Mary’s parcel were these wee gifties as well…
A charm pack of Jo Morton fabrics that Mary cut herself, an antique bobbin to add to my collection and a package of 100% cotton stuffing that I’ve been wanting to try forever! Thank you SO MUCH again, Mary!
But this is not the end. To find out the rest of the story, click here.