Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Block #3, A Tisket, a tasket.

Well, she's done it again...That Anne over at Bunny Hill Designs has come up with the next darling block in her year long mystery Block of the Month. These little blocks are so much fun to do and so quick and easy. I haven't put the buttons on the basket yet, but other than that...it's a done deal! If you haven't started them, you can get caught up in no time at all. Just click on the above link or the picture on my sidebar and you'll land right on her site to get the FREE pattern!


Here are the first 3 blocks. Can't wait to see what she comes up with next month. Thanks Anne!

I guess I shouldn't complain about the snow we had last week when this is what we see once the skies clear! It's such a beautiful sight. There are 10 mountain peaks that can be seen from all over this area and they are so pretty with all the snow on them. Bend is such a beautiful place to live and play.
Thanks for stopping by,
Anne

35 comments:

Suzanne said...

This block is lovely! You are right on top of things. I didn't even know the new block was up yet. Great job! Love the snow covered mountains too!

Carol said...

OH the new block is as cute as can be...I love it. What a beautiful picture of the mountains.

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

How talented you are...mom quilted and I know if she were here she would just love looking at your quilting expertise:)

The mountains are beautiful!
Rondell

Quilt Hollow said...

Your block is absolutely wonderful!! You have the best wool and eye for color. I still can't believe she has given this one away to us all for FREE!

Darlene said...

Another sweet block! Love your version in wool.

The mountains are stunning!

Kaaren said...

Beautiful scenery, beautiful block and beautiful design...what better way to start the day! Thanks for sharing.

I love your new header too!

Cindy said...

Very pretty block.

The view is like a picture-postcard.

Sipiweske Quilts said...

Your bunny block is adorable! Every month is a new surprise - it's like a double surprise though - seeing both versions.
Those mountain tops are beautiful . . . you're so lucky to have that view. I live in a valley and only see the side of a river bank, it's always a surprise to see what the day is really like when you drive out of the hole! - Marlene

Amy said...

Good Grief girl,your block is done and I just printed it off,lol!It sure is cute as usual......
The mountains are beautiful.....Enjoy the view, Amy

Yvette said...

You are a Wonder Woman!

Your block is adorable once again.

Sherri said...

I just love your block (as always)! And yours is finished before I've even had a chance to head into the sewing room!

Carrie ~ Cricketwood Prims and Gardens said...

Anne,

Again I have to say I love the new block. They are looking great all together! We are blessed to live and play in such beauty.

Carrie P. said...

All your blocks are so cute. The snow covered mountains are awesome. Great picture.

Linda said...

This March block is so cute in wool. Great Job. Makes me want to start over and do mine in wool. Linda

PamKittyMorning said...

Very cute. I love seeing everyone's versions of Anne's cute Block of the Month.

Karen said...

Boy, you are right there on the button getting the blocks finished so quickly. I checked a couple days ago but did not find the new pattern. The shamrocks & bunny are so cute. Yours looks so good in the wools. I'm off to print out my pattern!

Judy S. said...

Love your blocks, Anne. You are so right, Bend is a lovely place, and my has it ever grown since we were first there back in the eighties!

Simply This and That said...

Beautiful photo! Love to see that little part of Oregon. Thanks! Your blocks are looking fabulous!!! ooxx`jodi

Marcia said...

How on earth did you get that block done so fast? I haven't even printed mine off yet. I love the way your doing them all, I wish I'd thought of wool. They look great side by side.
Blessings,
Marcia

Lorraine said...

You blocks are looking fantastic...! and those snow covered peaks....just beautiful....hope spring is on the way for you because I am looking forward to Autumn here!

Thimbleanna said...

Soooo cute Anne! I love your woolie version!

Candace said...

You've been very busy, Anne! I have GOT to get my wool cut for these! Oh - and I SO want to grab my fly rod and come down there - seeing the mountains makes me yearn for summer and fishing the Metolious (and shopping in Sisters)
Cheers!

happy zombie said...

Gush... such woooly cuteness, Anne. You did it again! You seriously make me want to make a second one... all in wool!

Love your 10-mountain view! You've topped my by 7! On a good day (a "3 mountain day"), depending on where in Astoria I am... I can see Mt. Rainier, Mt. St. Helen's and just peeking out behind Miss Helen... Mt. Adam's. But nothing can top the view of the Sister's valley with the Three Sisters standing tall above it. Though now looking at your pic... I think Sisters has been trumped!

Dawn said...

Love your wool blocks! The snow covered mountains are beautiful too!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

You do such beautiful work. I love seeing your first three blocks together! So, you really think I can catch up? I think I'm going to try.

Annette said...

This is so beautiful in wool. I love your colors too. Very cute.

Red Geranium Cottage said...

Love your new block. Lucky you having all of them finished. I've just printed out the patterns. Does that count??
Beautiful photo of the mountain peaks.

MARCIE said...

These blocks are so adorable! Designer Anne of BH has done a wonderful job, and I LOVE your wool version!

from little acorns said...

Oh Anne. . . you woolie baskets are looking wonderful!. . . Now I don't know how I want to do mine! I need to 'Just do it'!
xo, Bren

Waterrose said...

Beautiful blocks and lovely snow caps!

Quilts And Pieces said...

I"m just loving these in wool!

Wendy said...

You blocks are stunning done with the wool, I love them all.
Beautiful view.

zaza said...

Your first 3 blocks are so cut.
Have a great day.
zaza.

Crazy for Primitive Quilts and Gardens said...

Your blocks are so pretty! Yours inspire me to get going on mine :o)

Tozz said...

YOur blocks are looking lovely and I am enjoying doing them also. I am loving reading your blog :)