Monday, October 31, 2011

A Year Of LePetite In Pictures With A Little Halloween Thrown In Too!

Le Petite has come to an end for the year!  Now it's time to look back at all of the projects in a year end review organized by parade date.  Paganini was my final project to get all twelve completed.  These were all so fun to make! Designers from Moda Bake Shop, along with Sherri Falls, and Carrie Nelson of Schnibbles fame, did an excellent job with lovely patterns and awesome prizes!  And of course Sherri and Sinta deserve so many thanks for doing a wonderful job organizing it all and putting everything together.  Be sure to visit their blogs soon to find links to the final parades of the year.  When this group starts again in January I'll be ready and I hope you'll join in too!   

November - Paganini made with Ruby
I just finished this one to catch up on all twelve quilts!




 December - Butter Churn made with Prayer Flag and Portugal



January - Prairie Point Christmas created with Remembrance




February - Mon Ami out of Central Park and Fandango



March - Sweet Spot with fabrics from Punctuation and Fresh Flowers



April - Endless Summer made with Sunkissed




May - Brocante made from Haunted Mansion and Halloween Nights




 June - Candy Bar created with scraps from my stash




July - Recess created with Origins




August - George out of Wee Woodlands and Lollipop fabrics




September - Honeycomb with Terrain 



  October - McGuffey made out of Hometown fabric




Since tonight is Halloween, I couldn't resist throwing in a few pictures of our spooky fun!  The boys carved their own pumpkins this year and the ghost made his own costume......we did decide to take out the staples and clear tape and do a little sewing on it instead.   

A Spooky ghost lives at my house!



Crazy Jack O'Lantern!


Inspired by a game that you may have heard of lately!


Thanks for stopping by and I hope you had a Happy Halloween! 

16 comments:

carol fun said...

OH Michele- one is prettier than the next! Several of these are calling my name -I love your combination of pattern and fabrics.

Amy said...

I have learned so much from seeing all of the quilts made in the different fabric lines. I have a hard time visualizing what a pattern could look like in a different color scheme. Your quilts are lovely especially that Hometown quilt.

Your kids did a great job on their pumpkin carving!

Houseelf said...

Thank you so much for sharing the year's work. I like March a lot because of the strong contrast.

Cute ghost!
Happy Halloween!

Carol said...

What a wonderful year in quilts...love seeing them all together! Love the ghost!

Stephanie said...

A years worth of great quilts. Thanks for the show and tell.

Cheryl said...

A beautiful collection of quilts! The Hometown quilt is striking and so is the latest done with Ruby!

Needled Mom said...

I loved the parade!!! They are all wonderful. I would hate to choose a favorite.

Cute Halloween pictures!!!

Michelle said...

What a fun post! Those quilts are just beautiful!

Shannon said...

What a great parade! I love all of your fabrics! Very nice.

LeAnn said...

You get an A+++ for doing them all and making them all super beautiful. I can't even pick a favorite they are all so great! Can't wait to see what you do next year.

Izzy said...

Wow Michele - I love every single one of those quilts! What a gorgeous collection of little projects.

Kelli said...

I was scrolling through thinking, "oh, I love that one!", then love that one too, love that one too.. let's just say I love them all. They are all so colorful and different. Great job!

Sinta Renee said...

Great pumpkins Michele! And I love seeing all of your wonderful creations from Le Petite too! They are all so beautiful! Thanks for playing this past year.

Dandelion Quilts said...

I love your year of Schnibbles....so cute, each of them! Look at those neat pumpkins! Wowsers.

Carrie P. said...

Congratulations! you should be very proud keeping up with all the quilts.

Candace said...

You certainly did well keeping up with everything. I had a goal of at least one quilt a month, but I didn't make it the last 2 months. I hope to have one for December though. Great quilts.