Thursday, January 12, 2017

We have a bunny

A bunny's tale quilt Is well under way. The bunny is done .....I love him



I even had one of my tester do try my pattern and here is her result



Cute!!!

I've also finished 27 - 9 patch all from my scrap bin .....and still it does not look like I used any.


 15 more to do :)

19 comments:

  1. loving your bunny and he looks so at home amongst the background nine patch blocks

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  2. I love your scrap project! Looking great! I'm fearful I will need to being this very thing shortly or I will become over run with small pieces of fabrics!

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  3. Your bunny looks 3-D!!! How did you do that? Very impressive.
    The scrappy background is the perfect setting.

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    1. It is all about the colors used to make it look 3D. I should do a post about my process :) Thank you so much

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  4. Superbe! I love its paisley fur. That's true, it looks 3D... Just like your cougar. Amazing.

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    1. A chaque piece, j'améliore ma technique

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  5. Really lovely, both bunnies are great! Thanks for sharing!!

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  6. He is adorable! So realistic looking and the little puff of a tail is perfect. Thanks for linking to TGIFF :)

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  7. Very nice bunny! I once triangulated a guinea pig - but I never actually made the quilt. http://gefiltequilt.blogspot.com/2015/12/triangle-quilt-design-with-low-poly.html. I love how you achieved the 3D effect.

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  8. Such a sweet bunny....so much detail.

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  9. An amazing rabbit, actually three dimensional! It looks right at home in the green grassy blocks. Good going.

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  10. Beautiful. I clicked through from Alida's linky party and very happy to find your blog!

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  11. He looks happy there. My daughter's teacher has rabbits at the school, they are well fed because everyone brings leftover vegetables, I on the other hand bring sticks cut off our pear tree (which they love and are good for their teeth).

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