I am sure many or all of you are familiar with the Schnibbles quilt that Schnibbles members made last month. When I saw it I was reminded of the bowtie block that our Guild made at a Bee Night many years ago. The focus of that evening was to learn how to machine sew bowtie blocks in a simple manner. I decided to make some more of those bowtie blocks from memory. I cut a bunch of red fabrics into 2 1/2 inch and 1 1/2inch units and sewed them into bowties. They looked okay, but I didn't think that I would have enough red fabrics to finish the quilt. So I looked for the bowtie blocks I had made at Bee Night so many years ago. And I found them!! (Much to my surprise!) They were much larger. I realized that I had originally cut the fabric into 4 1/2inches square units. I had only sewn a couple of them together and I had enough of the white background fabric, so I cut all the 'old' units down to 2 1/2in. squares and sewed the whole thing together in a similar fashion to the Schnibbles quilt. Then I added a red inner border and a pieced outer border of 3 1/2inch 'piano keys'. It measures 32" X 32".