Friday, April 30, 2010

April
Charming Guys & Girls Club
Year of the Schnibble

April has 30 days and this is all I have accomplished. I had three projects planned for the Charming Guys and Girls Club but I've abandoned the Minny Muu project (didn't like the initial results) and sadly I didn't get to the Schnibbles Oso project.

This was my third planned project. Using Martinique Charm Packs I completed the April Year of Schnibble project - Tagalong.

Thank you Kelly & Joan for all your hard work with the Charming Guys and Girls Club!
Thank you Sinta & Sherri for all you hard work with the Year of Schnibble monthly projects!

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Make plans for the month of May :-) Hopefully I'll do much better. :-)
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Thanks for stopping by to visit with me - ya'all come back!
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In Friendship!

26 comments:

Terry said...

It may be all you got done, but it's lovely! :0)

Kim D. said...

Very pretty Schnibbles quilt.

Nicole said...

I love Tagalong done in Martinique!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Your Tagalong turned out very nicely. I did not do one this month. Too much going on at this point. Please stop by my blog and vote for my friend. Thanks and have a great weekend!

Jocelyn
http://happycottagequilter.blogspot.com/

Quilt Hollow said...

Hey at least you got Tagalong finished...where's mine....still not cut!

Cindy said...

But think possitive - a Schnibbles done before the end of the last day of the month.

See - did that make you feel better?

Ginger Patches said...

At least you got something done...I can't even remember what my goals were, but I'm pretty sure I didn't accomplish a single thing!!!!

Carol said...

I love your Tagalong!

Red Geranium Cottage said...

What do you mean that's ALL you've done???? You've been busy over there.

Carol said...

Your Tagalong quilt is beautiful! I love it. Martinique fabric is so pretty, I really like it a lot.

sunny said...

You're one beautiful Schnibbles ahead of me! Nice tagalong.

joan said...

Your work is absolutely gorgeous. I bet if we still used flour sacks for quilting you would come out with the most beautiful projects.(LOL) You did well. It's spring and I believe everyone had the 'outdoors' on their agenda as goals to tend to.

Allie said...

That's lovely, Darlene!

Lurline said...

Gentle, beautiful but still has oomph!
Hugs - Lurline♥

Wendy said...

It's a lovely looking quilt, love the fabrics you picked. Well done!

Thimbleanna said...

Looks Great Darlene! Love that fabric!

LOVE TO STITCH BEE TREE DESIGNS said...

wow, you do a lot of quilting, I am humbled........was checking out your blog to see what I should possibly send as a surpise gift.........am overwhelmed by all the eye candy here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I'll be here forever looking for hours!! Cyndi

Annelies Dease said...

I need to get me some Schnibbles!!!! XXX

*karendianne. said...

Good for you to abandon what you did like. Too many times we keep working with the junk we don't like.

When instead we could be working with Martinique Charm Packs to make this great project. See how pretty! Good for you my friend. Good for you.

You did just fine for the month of May. I think. No need to beat yourself up for sticking with the joy and letting the rest go by the wayside. That's my thought anyway.

Robin (rsislandcrafts) said...

Your Tagalong came out beautiful. I love the softness of the fabric you chose.

Kigwit said...

Hey, any month in which you finish a quilt is a successful month! I finished a little happy easter banner and I was proud! LOL

annieb said...

Don't you just love Matinique? Yhour Scnibbles is lovely!

Béa said...

Love Tagalong made in Martinique and all your Miss Rosie's quilts in the last posts. Wonderful patterns & work. Hugs from France.

Cathy said...

Your quilt is just beautiful!!!

Loris said...

Love it! It was a good goal to reach cuz it's be-u-tiful :-)

Micki said...

Your quilt just turned out beautifully!
Micki

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