a quilt block

Just a quick little pop in on this sunny Monday morning. 

I was really excited to join in on the Ringo Pie Patchwork Bee.  There are some seriously talented creative ladies in there.  Needless to say, I’m just a teensy bit intimidated. 

So after poking around the group for a while and trying to figure out what I’d like to make for the first round, I finally decided.  This month’s theme was ‘collections’.  Even though I’m not a collector of much (well, maybe just a collector of fabric), I still love looking at collections of things. 

My idea started with a stack of nesting bowls.  And here’s what I came up with:

The raspberries are appliqued and they’re from a piece of fabric from my Grandma.  I’m happy to use it knowing that it will be appreciated.

Later!  I’m off to hunt down some fun craft stuff to do with my girls today.  🙂

33 thoughts on “a quilt block

  1. ana says:

    this is so very wonderful! a work of art 🙂

  2. That’s adorable Anna!! I would love to get more into quilting (just have to find the time….LOL), but I love this design. You’re so creative :-).


  3. amy says:

    that is so beautiful!

  4. Jocelyn says:

    That is such a great idea! It looks beautiful. Someday I’ll learn to quilt . . .

  5. Angela says:

    Anna, what a gorgeous block! It is so unique and creative!!

  6. Amy says:

    Nesting bowls are a great idea and it’s the perfect opportunity to use the fabric from your grandmother.

  7. Des says:

    Super duper clever! i love those bowls!!!

  8. Danae says:

    Love the design!

  9. Leslie says:

    this block is so amazing . i love it.

  10. toots2u says:

    you are so tricky!! I love it!

  11. You are awesome, Anna. Thanks for your sweet comment and thanks for linking.

    This quilt block is so creative!

  12. A. says:

    This is amazing! So creative.

  13. Kerry says:

    You know I appreciate it so much, especially the raspberries- I feel honoured having some personal fabric like that in your creation

  14. VickiT says:

    I really love the block you came up with. It looks like something I’d LOVE to see a quick tute on how to make one myself. *hint, hint* 🙂

  15. BubzRugz says:

    Love it….. a great idea..

  16. Marisa says:

    I LOVE that! I would also like a tutorial. Not that I have the patience for piecing…

  17. Maxabella says:

    It’s fabulous. I can’t believe that someone of your creativity and talents would be intimidated. I’m popping over there immediately to check out these uber clever clogs!! x

  18. Rhonda says:

    Very cute – great job!

  19. I love this idea. It’s just adorable. I love what you said about using the raspberries, knowing that they will be appreciated… so sweet!

  20. Andi Lia says:

    So creative! I love it 🙂

  21. Elsa says:

    oh my goodness! I know why I follow your blog ~ this is just wonderful!

  22. ayumills says:

    This is such a lovely block!

  23. Kari says:

    The quilt block is lovely. Someday, I’ll do a bunch of pieced blocks…someday. 🙂

  24. Vanessa says:

    very cute and very creative!

  25. Mary says:

    Yay, it’s fun to see a quilt block on your blog! 🙂 I really like this – I think you came up with the perfect idea for the theme!

  26. erica says:

    I love it Anna!I just need to find(and courage) time to put mine together!

  27. Emily says:

    Crazy-cute design, Ana! And I love that you used your grandmother’s rasberries- they’re too sweet:)

  28. Anna says:

    oh gosh everyone, thanks so much for your super sweet comments. I don’t think I’d be able to do a very informative tutorial on making this. I guess what I did was draw out my block, cut out the shapes, add in a seam allowance, and sew it all together and hope for the best! Worked this time around, but we’ll see in the future.

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