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Saturday, June 23, 2012

Hello luscious!   That is the line of fabric from Moda that I used to work up this Schnibble by Miss Rosie's Quilt Company.  The pattern is Bibelot.






If you've read my blog for a while, you know that these fabrics and colors are not what I work with.  But that is the fun of sewing up Schnibble patterns - getting out of the box and using charm packs that I usually wouldn't buy because of the color-ways or the prints.  And look at these prints - definitely not me!



While I worked on the binding in my sewing room this afternoon, I realized the paint on the walls is very similar to the blue in this quilt.  And the prints on the covers on my two ironing boards also coordinate very well with this quilt.  Maybe I've been out of the box all along and never realized it.

10 comments:

Sue said...

Out of the box or not, it's lovely. I have so many schnibbles patterns that I really need to do. A good start would be to get back into the sewing room!

Hope all is well.

Siobhán said...

Very pretty! Love that quilt pattern, too. I recently bought a few FQs of Hello Luscious. Like you said, not something I would have thought I'd be into, but I'm finding that my fabric tastes are a bit more bold or .... ? ... than I am in decorating or my clothes style (such as it is! LOL).

Deb said...

I love your quilt. I think I have that pattern laying around here somewhere and some FQs. It looks like it was a fun one to make.

Audrey said...

Very nice and even prettier in person!

Melanie said...

My MIL gave me a jelly roll of this fabric. Glad you are playing in the sewing room. This piece definitely belongs in a hammock.... Happy Monday.

Linda said...

GORGEOUS!!!! Congratulations on a beautiful finish!!!

Donna said...

Mary
Your Bibelot quilt is gorgeous! I need to purchase this pattern. Love it!
Hugs,
Donna

Mandi @ Finding Home said...

I love this bunch of fabrics!

Sewn With Grace said...

Well, that is certainly in my colors!! :) You can send it my way if it ends up not working for you (tee hee). You did a great job with it!

Thelma said...

I agree completely, that's the best thing about those Schnibbles, they are perfect for experimenting. I love Hello Luscious . By the way, the pattern is called "T Stands for Thelma", didn't you get the memo ? ; D