I have always had a fondness for Carrie Nelson's quilt patterns, even when I had to buy retail. I own two of her books Autumn Quilts and Floral Quilts and have used her designs for inspiration. Why inspiration? I am not always keen on her methods, she paper pieced Cracker Crumbs, but love her work and am always happy to buy the pattern and give credit for the design.
I was enchanted to discover her Schnibbles line of patterns.
Schnibble: noun A scrap of fabric; a leftover bit of cloth; a small piece. The word has a German origin and is found primarily in German settlements in the Midwest.
The patterns are for small quilts, designed for 5" charm collectors and seem to have almost a cult following. There are online Schnibble a month groups.
This one is called Sunday Best and it requires 32 pairs of charm squares and 3/4 yard of background fabric. It finishes to 37" square. I can see this in 30's reproductions or very shabby faded florals. Make it times 4 with one single border and you would have a nice sized throw.
So many patterns, so little time,
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