Sunday, January 25, 2009

Can you say CUTE?????

I couldn't help myself; I had to do it! I kept thinking that Anne's (aka Bunny Hill Designs) first Mystery BOM would be adorable in redwork and here it is! My sweet hubby reduced the pattern for me and I was excited to get busy. It's going to be a sweet wallhanging. :-)

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39 comments:

Juliann in WA said...

This is too cute! What a creative quilter you are. Thanks for sharing this idea. It has been fun to see how everyone is adapting this little block.

Deb said...

It certainly is cute Darlene. Its such a nice block isn't it.

Ginger Patches said...

CUTE!!!! And great idea making it smaller--my big sis is just the smartest :)

Anne said...

Darlene, that is adorable in redwork. Anne is going to be so excited when she sees it. Good job!

May Britt said...

This was a great idea. It looks lovely in redwork.

Gina said...

I'm going to mine as a stitchery aswell. I'm glad I decided o , especially after seeing yours. It's gorgeous.
Did you reduse it by 50%.

love and hugs Gina xxx

Christine said...

Very, very cute. I love your redwork version. Great idea.
Christine

Lorraine said...

Great idea...looks good in redwork...I haven't got my block made yet and there will be another one out before we know it!!

Suzie said...

Not only cute, it is a lovely idea!

Carol said...

OMG,OMG,OMG...I love it! You are such a very clever girl!

quilting forum said...

This is too cute! What a creative quilter you are.

Stephanie said...

I agree...CUTE!!!

Kelly Ann said...

You Go Girl...that is too cute!

Pat said...

What a great idea.  So cute. I love it!

Sweet P said...

How adorable! I love him.

Qubie said...

What a cute idea. It looks great in redwork. Did you do this by hand or machine? It does give me an idea. :-)

Norma said...

What a great idea! I think I might steal your idea!

Yvette said...

I love it!!!

Yvonne said...

He is soooooo cute!

Wendy said...

Oh Darlene that is just the cutest thing ever...I love redwork. Good thinking on reducing it.

Thimbleanna said...

VERY clever -- I just love seeing all these different interpretations of Anne's block!

Linda said...

Yes I can, cute, cute, cute......

Carole said...

My goodness Darlene. Oh wait, Ms Speedy Gonzales. You are one quick quilter and hand stitcher! It's amazing you have any fabrics left in your stash....

All your projects are lovely. Of course, I'm bias you know cuz I love everything you do! Is that Schnibble quilt for little ol'me? ;o)

Hugs my friend!

Salem Stitcher said...

That couldn't be any cuter!

Stina said...

Oh yes I can...CUTE!!!! :o)
Clever girl!!

Quilts And Pieces said...

Oh cute, cute, cute!!!!!

Carrie P. said...

It is very cute in redwork.

Candace said...

Darlene - it's so adorable - Anne will LOVE this! Since my stuff is all being packed away per "real estate staging" it would make for some terrific handwork - hurrah!
Cheers!

Quilt Hollow said...

Ok....I guess I have to comment...because I think it is adorable in red work!! LOL Did your fabric show up yet? Is this stitchery what you've been up to while waiting?! Just kidding....chat soon!

Gita said...

So cute! It looks lovely in redwork, perheps I sew one myself.

Terry said...

What a great idea to turn it into a stitchery! It looks wonderful! I can't wait to see next month's block! :0)

Dawn said...

Yes, I can!!! Too cute!

kjquilts said...

What a great idea! How much did you reduce the pattern?

Karen said...

I hadn't even thought about redwork on the block but it sure is cute. Good idea, Darlene

Betweens said...

Darlene what a great idea!! I have so many applique projects going on and need to do a miniature.. I hope you don't mind if I follow suit..it looks absolutely adorable.

yellowfarmhouse said...

Oh my goodness it's to cute - what a great idea :)

Karen

Nan said...

CUTE, CUTE, AND MORE CUTE!!! I love it!

Threeundertwo said...

You are a genius. I've been thinking of doing this, but I have a bunch of applique going already. This is such a perfect idea!

Teresa said...

That's the first I have seen done in embroidery - looks so cute!

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