Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Small Quilties for November

I made some small tabletop quilties to use in November with my scarecrow and Thanksgiving decorations.


They’ve already been packed away with all my other November decorations,


as I buy my tree and begin to get my house ready for Christmas on the day after Thanksgiving every year.


My house is now all decorated and ready for Christmas!  But that “reveal” will be another post to come!!


Oh, and you might not recognize my Schnibble of the Month for November…


which is not actually a “Schnibble” at all, but is a “Little Bite” named “Drop”!


I did change it up a bit…  I added some small squares between the tiny blocks…


and I love the way it turned out!!


What did you do this past weekend besides eat turkey?



  1. Polly,
    I love, love, love your Drop! The plain squares mixed in is perfection. I'm still making mine and now I want to copy off yours, but I won't. Maybe the next one, though! I'm busy decorating for Christmas, too. I'm looking forward to seeing your photos.

  2. Love your November quilties. I hate to put away my Fall quilts. The colors of Fall really speak to me, and that season is my favorite. I don't have too many Christmas quilts and/or runners. I must remedy that! Love your runner and placemats in previous post too!
    xo Kris

  3. I do like the solids in between the pieced blocks in your "Drop" mini. We are slowly changing over to Christmas here. A little each day.

  4. I love your blog and look forward to hearing about and seeing what you've been working on . . . but where's Yogi?

  5. No didn't eat any Turkey Down Under...
    This weekend I finished of some swaps and blocks..
    Your wee "Drop" mini is sew cute...

    Love Santa and the Reindeer flying across your blog Polly..

  6. Your Drop is so cute! I really like the little change up you did. Your fall decor looks so warm and cozy! I enjoyed the Thanksgiving get together... always fun to have family around! My family visitors have been coming and going for the last two weeks!

  7. I love your quilts! Your house looks so lovely all decorated for autumn...I can't wait to see what you do for Christmas!!! I have been working on a customer's quilt that I need to mail back to her this week!!!

  8. Look forward to the "reveal". LOL

  9. Your Little Bite is adorable! I love that you added extra plain blocks. Lovely touch!


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