2/10/2009

Pattern-ing

Two new wall quilt patterns and a second version of Feedsack Bunnies. Heeere's those Bunnies:


"1840s Baskets" , 20" x 20", is based on an antique quilt:


"Homestead Toile", 17" x 22-1/2", is a mix of black, brown, and ecru:

The toile is the Andover bird toile that is often used with Jo Morton fabrics.

Latest Stickle block:

11 comments:

Fiesta said...

love ,love the bunnies and the 1840's basket.
nice DJ blocks. Mine are resting.

Karen said...

Just love the basket quilt.

Kathie said...

o Karen they are so nice but I have to say I LOVE the 1840's baskets....
I love basket quilts...
this is awesome!
Kathie

Libby said...

I just love those sweet little bunnies . . . . they make me think that maybe they have been dipping into the jelly beans *s*

Tazzie said...

All 100% adorable Karen, and I'm loving your progress on the DJ quilt. Wish I could be inspired to work on my own!
*hugs*
Tazzie
:-)

Betty (picture circa 1954) said...

Adorable bunnies and love the colors. Of course, I'm partial to baskets, so liking that one was a given.

Sheri said...

Love those sweet bunnies!
Hugs,
Sheri

Lucy said...

Love your basket quilt! it's beautiful

Marlene said...

All three quilts are so beautiful. I love your style!

hetty said...

Love those cute little bunnies!

Betty (picture circa 1954) said...

I'd love to have that paper pleated lady!

I hope he knows how to get down too. :) This week there was a cat in Houston that must have been walking across an overpass and fell through the expansion joint and ended up underneath the overpass on a ledge that was six stories high. He must have been there for a while when a man walking his dog heard him crying. They got a cherry picker and brought him down. The man with the dog wants to adopt him. Happy ending!