Press so matching seams "nest".
Now insert the fork pin...one side of the pin on each side of the seam
Here's one block...
The block actually goes together pretty easily.
However, the invention of the fork pin has made the piecing of this block much easier. If you don't have any, try some....you'll be addicted!
Speaking of fork pins...I think I need more!
Off for more pins!
(Sorry about the quality of the picture! The battery was dead in my camera so I had to use my phone!!.....Better pictures coming soon!)
This was a fun one to make! Probably my favorite Schnibble so far..
I love how the blocks go together
It's going to look REALLY nice in my home and I bet it would look pretty great in yours too!
As usual, there are kits and patterns available at the shop.
Happy Monday friends!
I finished it on Sunday.
"In and Out" using the new line Bliss..
They don't make scissors like this one any more!
Then I put all the names in a milk bottle
Yes, the chair the milk bottle is sitting on is REALLY old. I bought it at an antique store and absolutely LOVE it...very comfortable! I use it as my computer chair. Must be from the same era as the scissors because they don't make chairs like this anymore either!
Jessica, your FREE Bobbin Saver will be waiting for you at the front desk at the store. Please stop by and pick it up next time you're in the area! It can't wait to meet it's new home :)
Also, this is how far I got last night on Bliss....
Here's Darlene with Diane...Diane is our Clothesline lady
In this picture Diane is sharing her Clothesline challenge project.
It's pretty cute!
These ladies came all the way from Kansas City to take the class.
L-R: KC Girl Lynn, Carolyn (shop owner), Darlene Zimmerman, KC Girl Judy
Here's me with Darlene...her quilt, and my quilt.
Hers is the "traditional" 30's fabrics
Mine is the "retro" American Jane fabrics.