Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Tisket a Tasket, Block 5

That Anne keeps making these blocks cuter and cuter.
If you haven't joined in the fun, there's still time. Click on the link on my sidebar and it will take you right to the FREE patterns. You could be caught up in no time at all. Each block takes about an evening to put together and another evening to stitch. Come on. What's stopping you?

27 comments:

Kaaren said...

Love it Anne! And you're right...they just keep on getting cuter and cuter.

I can't wait to get started. Let the gardening wait!

Suzanne said...

Another sweet block and your wool version is just wonderful.

Crispy said...

Another cute woolie block Anne. I'm so glad that others are doing these, I always forget to download the blocks.

Crispy

Connie W said...

I'm saving the patterns and have only one block stitched, partially that is, because I was looking for white wool for the snowman; which brings me to a question: if I use wool, I wonder how to launder the quilt once it's completed, if there's a combination of cotton and wool. Would you know?

Stephanie said...

Just when you think they can't get any cuter! I just love your wool version.

Karen said...

Oh how I love your wool version of the blocks! Have you found anyone else doing them in wool?

Country Log Cabin Quilter said...

You are toooooo fast!!! I don't think it took you 2 evenings to finish that. It just came out!! Well, I'll get started looking for fabrics to use tonight. I love the wool baskets you have made.

Sue said...

These are just lovely! I love the wool too. So very nice! I think I might want to start on these!

suz said...

As soon as Anne publishes her pattern I click over to you to see what you've done. This is truly a project for everyone! Your blocks are beautiful. It makes me want to take a trip up to Dorr Mill and pick out wools!

jabeybaby said...

Your wool versions are so cute!

Yvette said...

You are killing me! Your blocks are too beautiful. I really look forward to seeing what you come up with at the end of the year.

Thimbleanna said...

Very cute Anne! And Johnny on the spot, as usual!

Sherri said...

I so agree...each month I love the new one best! And yours are always pure delight to look at as well! I Love your block 5!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Each and every one of your block are amazing. Love the textures you have going on!

Quilt Hollow said...

Squirming in my seat...pretty!!! *wink*

Martha said...

These are so sweet! I only made two of the blocks, but used them as little accent pillows in a bowl. Since they were for winter I have since packed them away. I did improvise a bit, I think I have a photo on my blog someplace around Valentine's Day.
Martha

Libby said...

I don't think I can have an excuse . . . . they are just darling and I particularly love them in wool *s*

Carrie ~ said...

It is a cute May basket full of flowers...

Does your counter really say 6 more days....you must be getting excited. Will it be Seattle instead of Market or Market then Seattle?

Candace said...

Another adorable block! Love your basket wool, Anne!
Cheers!

Jodi@SimplyThisThat n.. said...

Anne your blocks are fantastic! I can't believe it's May already! Where is this year going? ooxx`jodi

Sipiweske Quilts said...

Your block looks great . . . really looking forward to working on this one also - they are all great! Your background fabric makes all the details pop . . . can't wait to see your sashing and corner stone color choices. - Marlene

brigette said...

you're doing an excellent job anne. your stitching looks great.
i'm excited to see what you choose for sashing and borders... do you have them chosen already?

Carrie P. said...

Another very cute block. Love your wool version.

happy zombie said...

Each month I look just as foward to seeing the next block... as I am to seeing yours! You're wooly blocks are sooooo cute, Anne!

PS, I did see PBDI hamburger drippings near the butterfly. But it's gone... I liked it off.

Sharon said...

Anne I'm leaving this comment so Typepad can figure out what the reply problem is. Just so you know.
Sharon

Sandi said...

Anne, I'm also doing the blocks in wool but also trying to do my own BOM in wool and not doing it well on any of it!! Like you, I am having some Blogger's Block plus a case of Snowman designs block and the list goes on. LOL!

Kim D. said...

Your wool blocks are adorable.. So many ideas so little time. I'm collecting these blocks to do in the future.