Tuesday, 31 January 2012

January Schnibble

The last few days we have been very busy doing some inside painting but I was still determined to finish my January Schnibble before the end of the month. So here is Full House all quilted and bound.


  I added simple straight line quilting hoping it would suit the linear nature of the quilt ...


 and a red on white spot for the binding.


Now I'm looking forward to seeing what Sherri and Sinta have chosen for our February Schnibble. Can't wait to get started.

40 comments:

  1. It's beautiful! I love the spotty binding.

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  2. beautiful Christine and I like the simple quilting.........

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  3. whow Christine your quilt is awesome.xx

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  4. Just beautiful, Christine. See you Friday - will text time.

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  5. A lovely quilt, beautiful fabrics and I love the little houses.

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  6. Is that made using a jelly roll

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  7. looks great, I love a spotty binding

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  8. Absolutely beautiful, I like the spotty binding and the quilting looks great.

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  9. Fantastic !
    Love your quilt !

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  10. So beautiful Christine and the binding is a great choice.

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  11. So sweet! Colours are magnificent!

    Hugs,
    Tatyana

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  12. Wow another wonderful quilt and in awesome Ruby. I must confess that I would love to make this quilt too.
    You always pic the right fabric when you make quilts...

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  13. The first thing I noticed about the quilt is the houses as I like house blocks in a quilt. Second was the quilting design. Very good choice.

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  14. Beautiful version!!! I finished mine yesterday too... great job!!! kisses from Spain

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  15. Just lovely...mine is only pillow sized...love your version!

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  16. Oh my gosh Christine. Love love it.

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  17. Beautiful Christine. You are clever.

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  18. It can not be more beautiful. Congratularions. I love it!
    XXOO
    Andrea

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  19. Your Quilt is Gorgeous love the Binding...Perfect.
    cheers

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  20. Perfect little village!!!
    Fresh and sweet.. and hopeful.. love it!!
    I have had Ruby fabrics in shopping cart and taken them out several times.. but hmm I might need to do some shopping after all ..:O))

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  21. Must. Get. More. Ruby. :)

    I love your Ruby houses and village! Every choice you made is perfect. The quilting, the binding, and each and every little house is perfection.

    Only one tiny little complaint... making a quilt that's prettier than mine is easy. But you're not supposed to make it { { { T H I S } } } much prettier. :)

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  22. The Ruby is just perfect for this quilt. Love it!
    Good luck to next pattern in Another year of Schnibbles..

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  23. I just love it! It looks so nice in Ruby :-)

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  24. I like your blog very much!!! You do a beautiful quilts! With love from Russia. Nika

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  25. Oh - so in love with Ruby - have a small stash of this myself, just waiting for a project to take my fancy - this one is very tempting!

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  26. It's gorgeous, so fresh and fun looking in 'Ruby'!

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  27. I love this quilt, I'm very tempted to have a go, but I have too many other things to do first! I'm thinking about using this backing fabric to back my QuiltAid quilt. I love it!

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  28. Your quilt is gorgeous Christine. Love the Ruby fabric line and those cute houses.

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  29. a lovely quilt
    http://regalartesanal.blogspot.com.es/

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Thanks for taking the time to comment. I appreciate your thoughts.

Christine