What's a schnibble? A little bit or leftover--as in those fabric bits you're ready to use up!
What could be more fun than a small quilt from 5" charm squares? A large one just like it from 10" Layer Cake squares! Enjoy 12 pairs of beautiful quilts, with a large and small quilt in each design, from the creative mind behind Miss Rosie's Quilt Company. Each quilt includes a materials and cutting list, and the assembly directions are the same for both quilts in each set. Learn from Moda's go-to gal for quilt designs. This author knows her stuff!
I love the look of scrappy geometric quilts, yet as a new quilter I have a hard time creating that look with my relatively modest fabric stash. This is where precut fabric packs come in. Charm Packs and Layer Cakes (we call them Stacks here at Connecting Threads) are perfect for making quilts that look colorful and scrappy, and they are great time savers too! In Schnibbles Times Two, Carrie Nelson has included loads of fantastic quilt patterns that use these fun and time-saving precuts. Each pattern is shown using 10” squares and 5” squares. Not only does that make for two different size options, but it means that quilters get to see each pattern in two different color combinations—something that is always very helpful for me when choosing a project. I’m excited to get started with the Stacks and Charms I’ve collected in my stash—now I just have to decide on which pattern!
Review from Stick Your Nose in a Book: Quilting Book Reviews by Jennifer Zoeterman
Charm packs and layer cakes are the focus of this book . . . Carrie explains how they are best used, how many to buy, those pinked edges, and the warp. There are 12 patterns, each of them done in 5" squares and 10" squares. The book features lots of clever ideas for pretty and colorful quilts. I'm still not sold on these packs, but love the book. I think I'll cut my squares from my stash!
A rose by any other name is still a rose. So fans of Carrie Nelson may not know her by her given name, but they surely know her by her pattern-designer name, Miss Rosie. Carrie is Moda Fabrics' social-media guru (perhaps not her official title, but that's what she's all about), but she still slips into her Miss Rosie mode from time to time to design yet another clever scrappy pattern. No matter what you call her, you'll call her patchwork patterns brilliant!
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