In all fairness to the recent post on the Jolly Jabber by Carrie Nelson of Miss Rosie's fame, I felt I needed to explain myself. Yes I will admit that I did "nag" Carrie a bit to do 5" charm patterns. Why? Well I thought it would be wonderful to line the halls of moda with small quilts documenting the fabric designers and their collections. My previous idea was just to make miniatures of the project sheets. Can you imagine the Portobello Market Project sheet in miniature? Well I couldn't either. So selfishly I hounded Carrie for patterns. I am the President of the Miss Rosie's fan club
. Not really, but should be. I am making every single one of her Schnibbles
. I am bummed if I do not get a charm pack to make with the collection and have to substitute. However,it is cool to see the other colorways. I have started hoarding the patterns and charm packs. I slide the pattern in the wrapper of the charm pack until I am ready for it. What you don't see in the picture is the stack of Schnibbles that are all cut and organized waiting to be sewn.
I cut several out at a time when I am in the cutting mood. Then when I am in the sewing mood and don't want to start something new, I pull one of these out. ( Boy, I sound like a moody person)
Much to my surprise I received a package during the Holidays. It was full of the original pincushions from Tuffets pincushion pattern
. What a treasure! How did she know I had started a pin cushion collection?!
There are no Schnibbles lining the walls of moda yet. Someday!
I know all my buddies have already blogged about the new Moda Bake Shop blog
, but I am also mentioning it. Kudos to Angela Yosten
for working so hard on developing it. Thank you to Joanna, Camille, Monica, Laurie and Leigh Ann
for getting us started with some fun projects. We have lots more coming. Feel free to leave me a comment on things you would like to see featured on the Moda Bake Shop.
Labels: Miss Rosie's, Moda Bake Shop, Moda Fabrics, Schnibbles