Wednesday, January 2, 2013

One that is Delightful and Extremely Pleasing

A parade is a great way to start the year... even if we are starting it a day late!
I know that this is the last parade of Another Year of Schnibbles 
but I am hoping that you will join us 
for another parade:
 My Favorite Schnibbles on February 1st.

Do you have a favorite that you made and would like to put in the parade???
(I will post your Schnibbles if your name begins A-K 
and Sherri will post people L-Z).

Doesn't it seem sad, we are now finished with AYOS but...
we are just going to be taking a little break from our Schnibbles 
and the good news is that we plan to start up again in May. Yippee! 
We sure hope you will join us again!

While you are thinking about all of that... grab a cup of something warm to drink...
sit back and enjoy the parade of Little Bites: Morsel!

Definition: morsel n.
1. A small piece of food.
2. A tasty delicacy; a tidbit.
3. A small amount; a piece: a morsel of gossip.
4. One that is delightful and extremely pleasing.

Here is a few little Morsels made by Hildy!
Nice lace and flower embellishments... and 
the embroidered kitty (I almost missed that) with buttons too!

Here is a nice little Morsel made with Mama Said Sew from 
Michelle at Island Life Quilts. Nice way to use those sweet little buttons!

 Mary at Gwendie's Quilts blog made a cute little
Morsel embellished with my favorite... ric rack.

Paulette made some cute little Morsels here...
in all shapes and sizes!

Sandy F made this cute one out of Mama Said Sew fabrics!
Just adorable!!!

Oh look here at Sandie's collection of Morsels!
I like the idea of labeling them... especially the one for needles!

Here is a pretty little Morsel from Patty at A Stitch in Time!

Polly had detention and made up her missing assignment! LOL!
It looks like I. T. S. H. (is that the right order) should be called:
Winter Frost!
But that's not all...

Polly made a whole batch of Morsels here! It's amazing what you can do with
one little pack of minis!

Satu made a beautiful Morsel here. I love this round one...
and the little bow is so cute!
Here we have two little ones made by Sue
using French General fabrics... too cute!
And next we have one made by her friend Wendy...

from It is What it Is blog... just adorable!

Here is a little Morsel from Meredith!
She was one of the few that made a round one... 
and she used Oliver & S fabrics for hers!

And this is a cute little California Girl Morsel made by Susan!
I think that this is my favorite fabric of the year! 

We don't want to miss out on this one by Izzy! So adorable!
I love that twill tape!
I grabbed the wrong bag this morning and unfortunately don't have my camera or cord with me...
so I guess I will have to wait to show my little Morsels with you!

But if you want to see more...
go check out the other half of the parade at Sherri's A Quilting Life blog...
you are going to love it!
I want to thank each and every one of you for stopping in and visiting the parade 
and mostly I would like to thank all of you that have been playing along every month with us!
It has been the highlight of each month this past year!
A special thank you to Carrie.. who keeps us in stitches! he he! She 
is not only an amazingly talented designer... but she is super sweet too!
And a big hug to you Sherri, for a great partnership over the past 3 years...
A Year of Schnibbles, Le Petite and 
Another Year of Schnibbles too! Can you believe it???
Thanks again for all the fun this past year... you all are truly inspiring to me!


Hildy said...

Thanks for show my pinnies first, you really made me happy;-)
Tough decision to choose my favorite Schnibbles ... have to think about it.
Thanks to Sherri and you for hosting the parade!

Lesley said...

What a wonderful parade! Thank you so much to you and Sherri for hosting AYOS, to Carrie for her skill, expertise, and generosity with the prizes, and to all the sponsors. I had great fun participating, though I wasn't able to participate in all 12 months. But I do have a favorite so may see you next month! Awesome year!

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Great parade! And thank you for three fun years! I loved every single month. :-)

JoAnne said...

Thanks to both of you for hosting this past year. I'm looking forward to May and also I will have to think about my favorite for February. So do we go by first name or last name to know to whom to send it to? I'm confused as always.

Sandy said...

Thank you Sinta for being a great hostess!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

These are just too adorable!

Darlene said...

Fabulous parade of Morsels, Sinta. I love the variety.

Anita said...

Love them all! Seriously is there anything that doesn't look cute done up in French General fabric :)

kshackabq said...

What a fun variety of Morsels. Thank you, Sinta, for hosting these parades along with Sherri. It's always so fun to see everyone's unique variation. Looking forward to more parades.

Sherri said...

They are all so fun! This was a good parade!

Debbie M said...

They are all so cute!

Corrie said...

Very fun!

John'aLee said...

Love, love your 'morsel' post! So inspiring. Makes me want to get to work in the studio!

Cindy said...

Thank you for a wonderful parade to start my year! The participants' creations are wonderful inspiration to so many. I love making little "things" to fill wicker baskets! And these pincushion (or little things) would do just the trick.

PunkiePie (Jen) said...

Awesome parade. I may have to try to join in a couple of times in 2013.

Kris said...

Such cuteness!!!!
Happy New Year Sinta!!!
xo kris

Michele said...

Thank you for such a fun year! I'm looking forward to May :-)

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

Great parade! They're all so pretty!

Satu said...

Amazing Morsel parade! They are all SUPER-hyper-cute! I also want to thank YOU for your encouragement and joy what we all have got through these three years. I'm already looking forward May and the beginning of the fourth year;o) But first I'll hurry to sewing room and finish my DOC...