ringo pie in the kitchen

5.04.2011


This month's theme for the patchwork bee Ringo Pie was chosen by the lovely Penny of Sewtakeahike.  She picked such a fun one, kitchen!  Seems like there are a million different kitchen ideas you could sew up.  Have you seen the other blocks yet? Take a look over here.  Amazing is all I can say.


I ended up waiting until the very end of the month to make it (plus a few days, hehe).  I couldn't decide what to make, I had a couple fun ideas sketched out, but I figured you can have a kitchen without a measuring cup, spatula, and stirring spoon.  



I can say that I was a wee bit intimidated making this for Penny, I just wanted to make sure she would be happy with it.  And I hope you are Penny.  :)  Up next is Ayumi's month with her theme of letters and packages, yay!  Check out her block.

29 comments :

  1. This is amazing Anna! I absolutely LOVE it! Did you use a pettern or tutorial, or just go at it? I'd love instruction on this if you're willing!

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  2. Anna, that is the cutest block EVER!

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  3. these are so cute...i love this block.

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  4. Beautiful block Anna, you're all such a talented group!

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  5. Oh my goodness Anna, I wish I was Penny! These are so good. They are really delicate, I just love them!

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  6. I love everything about this block Anna! So creative.

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  7. You are so talented Anna- I love this block! Really makes me want to learn how to quilt!

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  8. I've been watching the Ringo Pie group on flickr, and let me tell you, I would be intimidated! The blocks you all are creating are amazing, and this one is no exception. I love the spatula, especially.

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  9. What a perfect block! I adore everything going on in Ringo Pie. You are a talented bunch!

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  10. That's really adorable! I love seeing what you and Ayumi work on for these as you use such lovely fabrics and really make cute designs :)

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  11. what!! this is awesome.
    really fun, really.

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  12. oh wow Anna - this is so gorgeous. Everything about it is just perfect! Love, love, love!!

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  13. WOW I'm totally impressed! There is no way I could make that. I don't think I have the paper-piecing gene.

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  14. very cute & imaginative anna! these are fun to see

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  15. I love this! The spoon is so excellent, the choice of fabric is genius.

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  16. Seriously dying over this! Is there anything you cannot do my dear? Off to "pin this" so I can oogle all over it as much as I like without looking like a stalker :P

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  17. Totally awesome is all I can say!

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  18. Anna, your work is amazing and this block is no exception! Your fabric choices are excellent and the design rocks!!

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  19. I love this. Sometimes when I visit the Ringo Pie flickr pool I get completely lost in all the amazing things coming out of the group!

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  20. Wow!....Beautiful design....and your fabric choice is fabulous! Any chance you'll make a tutorial....for this one and the leaf one....Sorry to be a pest....I'm pretty sure I am not the only one who'd like to give your patterns a try....Just amazing work

    Susan

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  21. lovely- thanks for adding it to our flickr group!

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  22. This is so cool! And I love the fabric - especially the measuring cup combo!

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  23. Cute...thanks for sharing!

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  24. Love it, Anna. I love the spatula. There really are some amazing blocks this month, and next month's theme sounds so fun.

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  25. you know don't you? you do. you must. know. how talented you are. seriously. :)
    (said in the most non-stalkerish way possible LOL!)

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  26. It's unquestionable that Penny loves this, Anna! I love small detailing of each utensil. Just so adorable!

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  27. Eegads, this is so impressive. Great idea and fabulous execution. Admiring...

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  28. That is so cute. You really have a wonderful way of mixing fabrics that I find unexpected and wouldn't think of myself! Made my mom some chicken potholders from a pattern book that I sent her for Mother's Day. It's so much fun to relearn a craft.
    http://jayayceeblog.blogspot.com/2011/05/why-did-chicken-cross-road.html

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