Sunday, February 21, 2010

A Tisket a Tasket

I finally finished piecing this top!  2009 BOM designed and given for free on the web by Anne Sutton of
Bunny Hill Designs.  I think it is so cute and was really fun to do.  Each month I would download the block pattern and make a kit of  wool pieces I wanted to applique onto a cotton square, that way I could take it with me where ever I traveled.  The layout is adapted from a pattern from the book " Patchwork Picnic" by Suzette Halferty and Nancy J. Martin.
Now its on to Debby Brown to quilt it for me :0).


Kim B said...


Marj said...

I love how your quilt turned out! Wish I had started mine, I did down load all the patterns for later though.

Pokey said...

I have enjoyed seeing each of these Bunny Hill Basket quilts. I do have to tell you, yours is one of my favorites!
I like the mixing in of pieced blocks, it adds so much appeal.
Nice finish, Kim!

Cheryl Willis said...

I/m inspired! love your layout. mine are saved and waiting for a chance to move up the TO-DO list. cw

Gari said...

Your quilt is lovely: I really like the additional blocks. I have my blocks all appliqued and half of the embroidery done. I was looking at fabric to put with the baskets but nothing in my stash has jumped out at me, yet. Good job.

Notjustnat said...

I love your layout and I have saved all the blocks to do later. I like the nine patch you used. Beautiful quilt Kim - Hugs Nat

paulette said...

By far...yours is the best!! The gold medal goes to you...start the National anthem please!!
Take care!

debby said...

really? you aren't going to hand quilt this?