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Monday, June 11, 2012

It's June so This Must Be UFO #6!

I started this Schnibbles pattern last summer while I was here at the mission and finished it this summer. One year....that's not bad! And it's the first time I've ever done a scalloped border. :)








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33 comments:

Sharon B said...

I like this pattern and the colors you used.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

This is a cute little piece - congratulations on your finish.

Teresa F. said...

wonderful piece.I love the fabrics.

Teresa F. said...

wonderful piece.I love the fabrics.

Linda said...

A finished UFO is always great. I found a friend through blogging who refers to UFO's as Masterpieces Under Fermentation. The colors are great and I love the scallops!

Teresa said...

So pretty and I love how it looks on the table. So you posted from you Ipad - I am going to have to try that, but noticed you used something other than blogspot. Guess there is an app for that!

Milah said...

That's very cute. I've never tried a scalloped border but I love to sometime.

nanny said...

I love it!!! so pretty.

Julie Fukuda said...

That didn't languish long enough to be a UFO. What a charming piece and lovely borders too!

Truffle queen said...

Love it! Great way to use scraps! Love the border! Looks right at home on that table!! Have a great day!

Lois Evensen said...

Very pretty! It would be great on a large square coffee table, too. :)

Osage Bluff Quilter said...

that's adorable!

Linda said...

That's beautiful! Good job!

Kathy MacKie said...

I so love Schnibbles and well, it's just perfect!

Grammy Staffy said...

Beautiful ... you are so talented my friend. Hugs, Lura

FarahLin said...

That's a wonderful piece! Love the borders too!

Karen said...

A scallop border gives a softer feminine look.

Terry said...

What a great finish! You did well on the scalloped border! It looks great! :0)

Amy, a redeemed sheep said...

It's beautiful! Did you use something to help you make your scallops?

Sinta Renee said...

Your Schnibbles is beautiful and I especially love the scallops. Congratulations!

Patchysails said...

very very nice !

Linda said...

It's a really pretty piece, Marlene, and looks perfect on the table, under the lamp. Will you leave it there? Good for you to have another finish. You're making wonderful progress... and I'm green with envy!

Ruth said...

Very pretty! I love putting little quilts on top of furniture. They make a really good protection to the furniture as well as look nice.

Denise :) said...

I love the scalloped border -- I've always loved this look, but haven't dared try it yet! :)

Michelle May said...

Oooooooooooooooooo! I love it!

Molly said...

Very Pretty! And it feels so good to finish something! i'm just putting the binding on my ladybugs quilt which I started about ten years ago.....Oy!

Karin said...

I read your beautiful comment on Maty-Lou's blog and it made me so happy: You go girl! I am also a firm believer that God prepares everything in advance without us even realising it!

Connie said...

Looks beautiful on your end table! Cute pattern!

paulette said...

Lovely quilt...and the scalloped edges kick this quilt up a notch!! Gorgeous!! Well done!
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Kathryn D. Duke said...

getting caught up on your recent postings...
adorable little topper and wonderful job on your first scallop...very nice!!
your new sewing set up in Louisiana looks perfect and I can see you are getting alot accomplished!!

keep us posted and bless you and your work there!!
Kathy

Michelle said...

It's so pretty!

Purple Pam said...

Great little quilt. Love the scalloped border.

jodi@Pleasant-Home said...

LOVE the scalloped border.