Rambling Ways Benny's Garden Block - Sharon Keightley Quilts

Rambling Ways Benny's Garden Block

December 16, 2015 8 Comments

Benny's Garden Block/Pine Valley Quilts Rambling Ways Benny's Garden Block ! I have been working on the next block for the Rambling Ways BOM Quilt. I decided that calling the blocks by numbers is pretty boring, so I have named each block. The next block is called Benny's Garden Block. Benny is our Bengal cat, he love's being in the garden and often sits in the tree watching the birds!!!! He is well behaved and well fed so it's only play that he is interested in. I love the birds in the garden and at this time of year ( Spring/Summer) they are busy making nests and feeding on the pollen flowers. I also love birds in applique quilts, it took me a bit of practice to draw a decent bird for applique but I got there in the end and think this one's pretty cute. Benny's Garden Block/Pine Valley Quilts   Benny's Garden Block/Pine Valley Quilts   Benny's Garden Block/Pine Valley Quilts   Benny's Garden Block/Pine Valley Quilts More curlicues to play with in this block, lot's of leaves a bit smaller than the previous blocks. Berries, vines and just a couple of flowers for Benny. Benny's Garden block will be ready to download here. Happy Stitching Sharon



8 Responses

Sew Quilt Designs
Sew Quilt Designs

August 03, 2016

Going to be a lovely quilt Sharon..

gretchenweaver
gretchenweaver

August 03, 2016

Very pretty block. Your bird looks good. Blessings, Gretchen

Leeanne
Leeanne

August 03, 2016

Lovely Sharon, i hope Benny doesn’t catch too many of those birds. I like applique blocks with pieced, multi fabric backgrounds, they add a bit more interest than just one fabric.

Audrey Peterson
Audrey Peterson

August 03, 2016

Hi, My name is Audrey and I want to start doing this Rambling Rose quilt. I see block 1,2, 4 but not 3 can you help me? I don’t want to start or buy it if I can not get all of it. Thank YOu in advance. So excited about this.

Connie Campbell
Connie Campbell

August 03, 2016

What a beautiful block Sharon and you applique is perfect!!

gayleburton
gayleburton

August 03, 2016

Lovely block! Hey, can you please tell me what kind of washaway stabelizer you recommend? I have never used it before and haven’t a clue on what’s good.

susanna0841
susanna0841

August 03, 2016

A really lovely quilt Sharon. Just wish I didn’t have so many other things half done and just started.

Sharon Keightley
Sharon Keightley

August 03, 2016

Hi Audrey

So sorry for the confusion, block three is called Benny’s Garden and you can find it under the the Rambling Ways Quilt tab on the Homepage of Pine Valley Quilts website.

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