lots and LOTS of very fine stitching there, love the tree details, looks very like a NZ fabric of our native fern. A cat, well I think a cat needs a home, and would fit in so well. How many more blocks are there, is this a BOM pattern? Greetings from Jean.
Very cute Dolores!
What do you mean 'no cat'!!!hey what about a squirrel???love what you have done so far--hugs, di and miss gracie
What a sweet project this is Dolores!If this is for a child, I'd add some kind of animal!When I was teaching and brought along puppets, the kids would always ask"Do you have a cat (or dog) puppet!!JudyI'm doing owl wall hangings with lots of fabric strips needing cutting.I am getting used to the cutting now.I have 12 hangings on the go.I think they might sell well at the Gift Shop.Owls are "big" over here at the moment.I think owls have always been a favourite motif for children.Judy x
This is so cute.Greetings from GErmany,Grit
So sweet! I think a cat would be a great addition.
Fabulous! I really like it.
Oh this is adorable! I love it! I love Bunny Hill's whimsical patterns. You are so patient, working with all those small pieces! I vote for the cat or some other cuddly creature!
This is so neat!! Love your block
That is so adorable but it does need something...a squirrel maybe? or a cat?
Nice work, Dolores! I like your changes, especially the scrappy pieced background is lovely! And I too recommend the cat, and I bet you know why... ;o)
I used to live on the Fraser River just a few km north of Soda Creek on that road.
"Cat, cat, cat, cat, cat"""" ......
Very sweet Dolores , I love Bunnyhill patterns and this one looks really cute.
Lots of work in this block. How about a bunny instead of a cat?
So, so cute!!!!!!! I love pumpkins!
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