Friday, June 5, 2009

We’re half way there

Can you believe we’ve already finished 5 blocks and are now moving on to Block #6 of A Tisket a Tasket?   My how time flies when you’re having fun, right?   010

Isn’t this a cute block?   I’m amazed at how Anne just keeps coming up with these darling blocks.  I know you’re probably tired of hearing about how easy they are, but, trust me, they really are!   If you haven’t started, you can be caught up in no time at all.   Prepare a block in an evening and then, the next day,  sit outside in the nice weather and stitch away!

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Lookin good!  Thanks Bunny Hill.

32 comments:

Janet said...

Omg they look so wonderful together, I just love the look of the wool. Do you use a fusible to place the parts? The latest block has beautiful colours.

englating said...

Your block looks wonderful, I really like them the way you made them in wool..I wish I could find linkness wool here in Sweden but no one has it..

Take care!

-girl from the bush said...

i love the wool! i have only done a few things in a few of these blocks with wool, the first time i have used it and really like working with it . yours look great and will look fantastic when completed! sue~ n.z.

Carol said...

What a great block! Halfway through the year...how did that happen?

Crispy said...

Your blocks are always so wonderfully constructed Anne. I have to scoot on over and download my copy.

Crispy

Sipiweske Quilts said...

The colors you have chosen go wonderfully together . . . especially on that nice soft, creamy background. Six more to go - wonder what she's got up her sleeve for those? Each one is more fun than the last. - Marlene

Stephanie said...

Another cutie and I just love your wool version.

Quilt Hollow said...

SQUEALING with delight!!!! *wink*

KC Quilter said...

Again, your block is so darling it makes me wish I had done them in wool!!!! May have to make a second set. I just printed off the June pattern and can't wait to dive in. Have a great weekend.

Thimbleanna said...

Oooh, love your little wool version!!!

Lori said...

They are looking so great all together! Love that wool too.

martameiga said...

Wow... looks incredible!!!! I love how it looks in wool!!
Love

marta

Yvette said...

I can't take that much eye candy in one day. They are just so beautiful.

Kaaren said...

Darn tootin they look good, Anne. I love the way you made the flowers in this latest block look like purple echinacea...one of my favorite garden flowers.

Carrie ~ said...

They look so good together, Echinacea, can't wait for mine to start blooming.

Candace said...

Each one I see I think it's my favorite - guess what - this one is my favorite so far! I love the way you cut the wool for the basket! So cute, Anne!
Cheers!

jabeybaby said...

This is so pretty! Purple and green are my fav colors.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Your blocks are so beautiful! I would want mine to look just like yours and I haven't started yet. Maybe this winter.

CJ said...

Sweet in the wool! The newest basket is my fave so far.

Jen in NY said...

Beautiful!! I cannot wait to see your finished quilt. It looks fantastic in wool!!

Crazy for Primitive Quilts and Gardens said...

Lovely block! These are so cute.

Karen said...

I just looked at Bunny Hill yesterday and did not see a 6th block available. You are right on the money getting the new pattern and finishing your block!

susan said...

i just love your blocks the best
there is just something so pretty about the wool
adorable!!

jill said...

I love this in wool - I have been printing off the patterns intending to do them in redwork, but I think wool is it - what are you using for a background fabric.......wool?flannel?

Jill

yellowfarmhouse said...

CAAAAA-UTE :)

Hugs - karen

Sølvi's blog said...

WOW - the blocks look great in wool

Lorraine said...

wow!..looking great...I haven't started but they are on my "to do" list...and they will be in wool too....thanks for showing your completed blocks - they look fabulous toghether!

Wendy said...

Your new block is wonderful. I love watching you make these in wool

Sherri said...

As always...your block is gorgeous! I might have to make another Tisket a Tasket quilt...in wool!

MARCIE said...

You have done such a beautiful job with these wool baskets!

Red Geranium Cottage said...

Your blocks are soooo pretty. I havent made one. I'm thinking about just stitching them with embroidery thread. But yours are beautiful Anne. Great job.

Christine said...

Oh WOW. Your blocks look wonderful. I really must start these too.