With just three weeks to go until our youngest daughter gets married I have been racing through projects, knowing that for a week or so around the time of the wedding the only sewing I’ll be doing will be last minute alterations and I wanted to make sure that I managed to get the OPAM quota in ( not that our two chief OPAMers crack the whip at us if we don’t get things done).
This is my latest finish, it’s Carrie Nelsons Schnibble called ‘Roundabout’ and I think it’s just gorgeous. I had a number of charm packs sitting on my shelf calling to be used and wouldn’t you know it, I had just enough to complete this little Schnibble.
Now, some of you may be wondering where on earth the name Schnibble comes from and in fact is it a real word? I know that when I mentioned it at a group day a couple of years ago I got laughed at and told that there was no such word by those that thought they knew better. Well, sit up and take note… Schnibble is a real word and it has been published in the Dictionary of American Regional English. It means a scrap, small bits of cloth or left over bits of fabric. What a perfect word – I love it.
Well, I had better sign off and add this one to the tally before the end of the month dawns.
Have a happy spooky Halloween one and all