I hope you had a great Halloween!
We don't get trick or treat-ers where I live
but we went over to our son's in-laws to enjoy the festivities!
Here is the little Evie bunny.
She even hopped!
I just had to get a shot of the "tail end"!
And here is the next AYOS!
This is Morning Jo...
however, this one has a slightly different name.
It's "I Take My Coffee Black" and it was made by
Ms. Cupcake, Thelma! Fortunately she had made
the project and then was nice enough to offer the photo
of it for the parade today. It seems that I have been
consumed by a few things and I never got mine made.
She made hers with the alternate version of the pattern
and then added the little twist of a black background fabric
to go with her American Jane fabrics! Cute eh?
Here is the pattern:
I love all of the above!
You can order it here.
Now, grab your left over candy and some "Jo" and get ready
for the Clover parade!
First up is...
Here is a beautiful Clover hanging... with a sweet little pumpkin
next to it! This one was made by Michele at Island Life Quilts.
This one was made by Patty who went with only 4 blocks
and made it into a very nice Autumn quilt.
Here is a beautiful version of Clover made by Paulette!
I love her version and what she did with the 4 patch sashing pieces.
Polly from Aunt Polly's Porch
made her sweet version of Clover with only a
small setback or two! I enjoyed reading her post about it...
lots of fun photos too!
This gorgeous Clover was made by Sally!
It is so beautiful... I love these fabrics!
Sandie at Crazy 'bout Quilts
made her festive version here... giving it a very fall look!
Sandy F used Sweetwater fabric "reunion" for her beautiful Schnibbles!
Sandy said she enjoyed the pattern very much... which wasn't the
most common comment! Although everyone did agree that they loved their
Schnibbles when it was all done!
Most everyone decided that Clover was the appropriate name!
This lovely version of Clover was made by Susan! She wasn't able to enter
into the last parade so she was determined to get this month's Schnibbles done!
I love the controlled border with the blue and red used in the sashing.
Tracey made a pretty version of her Clover and added a nice border.
Marti thought she wasn't going to get hers done in time...
so she hurried up and took her photo of Clover! I love the colors...
she made a very fun bright and happy quilt!
Nancy made another wonderful version of her Schnibbles project this month...
with the perfect centerpiece!
This is a pretty little one!was made by Sue. She used (believe it or not)
her leftover civil war reproduction fabrics from her Dear Jane quilt.
Here is a gorgeous Clover made by Tilda!
She used Wintergreen by 3 Sisters.
It does have a warm holiday feeling!
Here is Wendy's sweet autumn Clover quilt.
I love her choice of color combinations for each block.
You can read more about Wendy's adventure with her Clover
on her blog, It Is What It Is.
And to finish off the parade... our last Clover Schnibbles
that was made by Mary C! A beautiful version in rich
fall tones! She actually counted over 700 pieces in this little quilt!
If you haven't been over to A Quilting Life yet...
you need to go see the other half of the parade!
Please leave a comment to let everyone know
what you thought of this months' Schnibble parade!
We will have parade prize winners tomorrow!