Hunny Bunnies BOM – Block #8
Tomato season has arrived, yay! If I could grow only one thing, I would definitely choose tomatoes. Nothing tastes better than the first homegrown tomato of the year. I thought it would probably take a bit longer this year with the cool, wet weather in June but the cherry tomatoes have been going strong for almost three weeks now, and I harvested the first big tomato yesterday. I am also starting to drown in cucumbers, I have blanched and frozen quite a few loads of beans, and my butternut squash looks better than ever. After a very frustrating start, this gardening year turned around quickly, and with the hot weather we are having now, I am really enjoying our drip irrigation, it was so worth it.
This month’s bunny is feeding geese at the pond. It is a fairly simple block, at least by my standards 😀 I really tried to keep the number of pieces down this year but there are a few blocks coming up later where it just wasn’t possible, so enjoy it while you can. The pattern will be available for free download until the end of the month and move to the pattern store when the September block is released.
EDIT: If you missed the free download in August, Block #8 is now available for purchase in the pattern store.
EDIT: Auch Block 8 ist jetzt auf Deutsch/in metrischen Maßen im Pattern Store verfügbar.
CATEGORIES: Block/Pattern of the Month
TAGS: Appliqué, Quilt
Thanks for a fun block ! Looks so Summery !
Your garden sounds delicious !
Hi Beatrice. Thank you so much for the cute pattern. I love the hat the little bunny is wearing.
Thanks for the new Bunny and wish I was your neighbor so I could “help” with your garden. 🙂
LOL you have the right idea… I just gave some cucumbers to the neighbours yesterday because we had too many.
Thanks for another cute pattern. I wish my garden was as bountiful as yours.
I am so loving these adorable bunnies and what they do. this is so cute. thank you so much for all you are doing with these patterns
The bunnies are just too cute. Thank you for all the patterns in the BOM this year. I can’t imagine what you have planned for next year.