Monday, October 22, 2012

Bow Basket

I had a busy weekend.  How about you?  Saturday morning I went to a neighboring town and did a small trunk show and pattern making chat to a long arm quilting group for my friend and machine quilter, Wren.  It was nice to meet with those ladies.  It is always fun to talk to quilters.
I managed to get a bit of sewing done.  I'm progressing with my new quilt/pattern and enjoying every minute of it.  This block I'm calling Bow Basket.  Of course it is made with the latest and greatest PKM fabric.
If you look at my last few posts you can probably see a theme emerging.  

I hope you had a nice weekend.

-nanette

16 comments:

Glenna @ Hollyhock Quilts said...

SO sweet!!

Darlene said...

Adorable baskets, Nanette.

Dresden Quilter said...

These are so sweet!

Sandi said...

Very sweet! Nice weekend here with grandson, Jacob. Peek at my blog today and you'll see your cottages in Halloween fabrics! Thanks so much for the Christmas swap that inspired them!

Jennifer said...

What an adorable block!

Jennifer :)

mindingmomma said...

very cute blocks

Threeundertwo said...

I just love these blocks! So sweet.

Lynn said...

Such cute blocks, I love seeing more and more of what you are working on!

Sinta Renee said...

Sweet little baskets... sounds like a perfect weekend!

AnnieO said...

Very sweet bows on those baskets. Hmmm, hearts and bows....is there a Valentine appearing maybe?

Nedra said...

Bow Basket is a perfect name. Are those covered buttons I see?

Cynthia said...

Your style is very unique, I always love the projects you come up with and the fabrics you use! I will enjoy watching this quilt come together.

pratima said...

I love your twist on a basket block! The little bows make them irresistible! Beautiful colors :)

Sherri said...

Love the baskets! Can't wait to see Pam's new fabric in person!

Muddling Through said...

Nanette, you always make the cutest things! I really like that new block. And of course the fabrics.

Lori Holt said...

These baskets are so cute...I love the bow in the middle:)