Wednesday, June 4, 2014

2014 Quilter's Choice QAL


Block 7
of the

Little Bunny Quilts
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A really thick, older, yucky, dangerous, nasty copperhead lives in there.  This bush is about 10 feet tall and as wide.



Shelley gave me two rose bushes for Mother's Day.





Mick's tomatoes.  He also has jalapeno peppers, but the photos didn't work out.  Maybe next time.

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23 comments:

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Another great block. Yummy toms - keep the snakes please.

Karens Quilts, Crows and Cardinals said...

Billie I'm lovin' your block -- and sweet pictures of your garden and veggies. Not so sure I'm good with a Copperhead living in the bush -- but as long as you both have an agreement ;) Your cat Elly -- I used to have one named Hobbs that looked just the same -- sweet memories. Thank you !

Felicia said...

Oh no you're having snake trouble again. Wow tomatoes. I'm just getting blossoms on mine.

pretty block

Cindy said...

Tomatoes already? I just bought plants today! And I would not be happy with a copperhead in my bushes! :)

margaret said...

very nice dutchmans puzzle, I am enjoying this QAL, is a copperhead a snake? will look it up on google

Rebecca in AK said...

Another beautiful block and beautiful roses! Your tomatoes are looking good. So glad we don't have snakes up here!

cucki said...

Looking so lovely
Big hugs x

Ellen said...

I just got the willies!! Is there any way to capture and kill the snake? I would be so afraid it would harm someone or something in my yard!!! Eeek...what if it slithers somewhere else in the yard??

Quilt Musings said...

Your block looks awesome! I just finished a few of those ;) I just love how versatile these blocks are! Change up a couple of fabric placements and it takes the eye in an entirely different direction!

Aunt 'Reen said...

I like your beautiful block Billie and wonderful gardens!
The idea of a copperhead in your yard... not - so much.
You are far braver than I. (grin)

Karen H said...

Love your fabric choices for Block 7! Lucky you to have tomatoes so early!

Lucy said...

Your blocks are beautiful. The tomatoes are great Our plants are
9 inches tall we have 59 planted. Some time we will have tomatoes.

Terri said...

Isn't there someone to call to get rid of your snake? I hate for you to have it cause you trouble.
Hugs

barbara woods said...

i hate snakes!!! still want a good tomato, a truck farm near here should have some by next week and you know i will be there

Carol said...

I love the block, but the copperhead totally creeps me out! Nice tomatoes and flowers. :O)

Glenda said...

Hi Billie your block looks wonderful, great contrast you can see the design so easy. Not sure about the snake, I looked it up and it does not sound like the one you want to have as a garden companion?????? LOL Cheers Glenda

StitchinByTheLake said...

We went to the farmers market this morning and got some beautiful tomatoes and cucumbers. :) And some delicious scones! blessings, marlene

Lorna McMahon said...

Lovely block, Billie. Such precision! Your garden does look so inviting.... Except for the copperhead. Stay out of the bushes!

Rosa said...

Beautiful block and your tomatoes look yummy.I love tomato salad with olive oil.

Teresa in Music City said...

Oh my! That rose bush is beautiful, but like so many beautiful things in this world, you really have to look out for the ugly that is hiding within or behind it! I hope you and your family stay safe from that snake!

A Nudge said...

I love the fabric of that block - perfect as usual too. Stay away from that snake!

Alison said...

Your block looks great!!

Carla said...

Wow look at all those tomatoes. Impressive. Maybe I need to swing by for some but I'll avoid the bush. I DO NOT like snakes. I'd be having my husband out there with a gun quick.
Love the quilt block