Thursday, June 13, 2013

Garden Path - More of Chocolate, Aqua and Misty Green



Front and Back

Don't you just love the Garden Path Block?
I wanted to make the  Garden Path block having seen it on another site - soo why not as a medallion on the back of quilt? I had tons of fabric left over from the blocks but nothing large enough so piecing was my next option.

Like it? Here is a free pdf pattern at McCalls Quilting - Garden Path Block.
Of course I had to take pictures of it in my garden.

To see the complete Craftsy Block of the Month quilt go here.

Linky Parties I am linking with:
Fresh Poppy Design
WIPs on Wednesdays
Better Off Thread

While outside taking pictures I snapped a couple other pictures.


Momma Robin was having fit attack while I was taking shoots of her eggs in my Granny Smith apple tree.



My tree is laden with apples this year. Last year there were maybe a total of 5 apples, and the year before there was 1 apple, yes only one apple. So I am quite pleased that I may get a couple more this year if  the squirrels don't beat me to them!


Don't you love these colors - red and pink begonias and yellow marigolds. I planted them this morning. 


My one and only miniature sweet pepper plant. I placed two whirl-i-gigs hoping that they will frighten away the nibblers.


I hope this doesn't encourage the nibblers.

Not busy now but it does once the birds realize it is filled again. We had a couple visitors this morning.

The Oakleaf Hydrangea Bush has great blooms this year.

Thanks for stopping by.

11 comments:

  1. Your quilt is looking pretty amazing! And thanks for sharing the garden pictures. My little chickadees just fledged. I hope to get more birds nesting soon.

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  2. Congrats on the finish! Your quilt looks lovely and I enjoyed your garden photos :)

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  3. Love your quilt. I participated in this BOM too and used a brown background with greens and blues! I still haven't sashed them together though. But you've given me a great idea for the back - thanks!

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  4. Love your Craftsy BOM quilt, I still have the last two blocks to piece, seeing your quilt is inspiring me to get on and finish it!

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  5. Beautiful finish, I love the colours used and your pieced back, congrats.

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  6. Beautiful quilt, love the colours!

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  7. Wow -- those colors are gorgeous!

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  8. wonderful quilts real nice color combo

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  9. I love the colors in your quilt! Your garden is lovely too!

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  10. Your quilts are gorgeous and I have enjoyed seeing how you have quilted each block. Your work is great.

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