Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Little Bites "Drop" Finish

 Here is my version of Little Bites pattern called, "Drop."  I can see in the photo I completely forgot to erase my chalk lines!  This quilt only measures about 10" x 12".
Ready! Set! Sew!!!  I've had this pattern kit since just after the holidays this past year and here we are ready to celebrate another holiday season so I've got to get the lead out.  This one is for my family's tree.

30 comments:

Carrie P. said...

sweet mini quilt.
If I didn't have a tree skirt that one would be fun to make. Such a great design.

Cheryl said...

The tree skirt is so fun. Is it flannel?

Cindy Sharp said...

Awesome!

Lori said...

Get the lead out? LOL I haven't heard that in a long time!! The tree skirt is going to be fabulous!

Karen said...

I like the fabrics you are going to use. Let's see. I still haven't made a Christmas tree skirt after meaning to for three years now. Good that you are making yours and not procrastinating like me.

WoolenSails said...

Wonderful little quilt, I have done that too, noticed the lines or marker after I take a photo.

Debbie

Needled Mom said...

Love the tiny Schnibbles. Your fabrics are wonderful.

I can't wait to see the tree skirt. Maybe it will inspire me to get the lead out too. LOL

PunkiePie (Jen) said...

Love your Drop! and I can't wait to see your tree skirt! Every year I say I am going to make one for our own tree and every year I don't. I need to make it a priority in January or something.

Anna said...

boy, you have great eye sight! along with creating a sweet little quilt!

Wendy said...

The tree skirt is going to be "to die" for. I have a red and white kit that's been waiting a gazillion years.

Carol said...

Very, very cute! I sure didn't see the chalk lines...LOL!

Janet O. said...

I can't see the chalk lines---but I do that all the time! Such a cutie of a little quiltlet!
Oh, I love that tree skirt. I so want to make a cute tree skirt, but the one I have (one fabric and yarn-tied), was bought 30 years ago by my MIL at a church fund-raising auction--for $200, and then gifted to me. She lives next door. Get it?

Sue said...

That tree skirt is going to be ADORABLE with those fabrics !

Loris said...

I think the 'lead' is already out. You are on a 'roll' :-) Your Drop looks gorgeous in those fabrics. Have fun with your tree skirt. Sweet pattern and fabrics. Happy Sewing!

paulette said...

Love your wee Schnibble...and your tree skirt is going to be going to be perfect! Love the fabric choice!
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Rita said...

Great tree skirt pattern, Mary. I love your fabric choices. One of my good quilting friends made me a tree skirt about 20 years ago, and I still love it and use it every year!

Robin said...

Nice little finish. The peppermint wreath looks like it will be fun to make. I look forward to seeing a picture.

Lesley said...

Love your little Schnibbles! So cute!

Sheila said...

Absolutely adorable and so..... Tiny your wreath project looks Interesting .

Sue-Anne said...

I love the little quilt! The tree skirt is going to look great around the tree.

Darlene D said...

What a cute little quilt! Awesome!

Kindred Quilts said...

Love the fabrics you used for Drop. Have fun with the cute tree skirt... don't forget to post pictures when it's done!

Anne said...

Darling little mini quilt. Can't wait to see your tree skirt after you work your magic!

Cheryl said...

Your Drop quilt is so sweet!!! I just recently picked up the same tree skirt pattern...think that will go on next years list to make!

Bari Jo said...

Now I want to make a little bites for myself, too! I love that tree skirt!!!! Can't wait to see it finished!!! You can do it in time for the holidays!

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Love your little Bite! Every year i say I need to make a new skirt, but still haven't done it. I like your pattern. Have fun!

Barb said...

cute little quilt - have fun making the tree skirt!

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Sinta Renee said...

I love all of the projects you have been making for Christmas Through the Year... and you managed to slip in a Little Bite as well! It's gorgeous Mary!.

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