Monday, November 16, 2009

Grapes on the Vine

Grapes on the vine, ready to be picked.

Civil War Bride Block 4

The birds have long since enjoyed the few grapes my little garden vine had to offer. But, if they visit the vineyards near by, they will find lots of grapes waiting to be turned into ice wine. I enjoyed piecing my third Civil War Bride block, even the thirty-one little grapes.

Until next week.....happy quilting!

Karen

18 comments:

Greg said...

Thats a really nice looking block. I really like the 31 grapes.

Janet said...

It's just beautiful, well done on the grapes, they're perfect.

Betweens said...

Karen that block is awesome!! I love your fabrics I think I will have to take a drive out there this weekend and view those vines I sometimes go to the Quilting Bee it is such a beautiful drive!! your block really reminds me of those grape vines

LeKaQuilt said...

Your block is so beautiful!

Fiesta said...

Karen, this is a great block. I love it.

Crispy said...

Your block is wonderful Karen, love the fabric for the bird.

Crispy

Jackie said...

Your block is beautiful!! Are those really your grapes on the vine? I can't believe you still have them this time of the year.

Funoldhag said...

As usual, Karen, what a gorgeous block and such beautiful workmanship. Your fabrics could not be any more perfect. You have a great quilt in the making! Carol

Karen said...

Good colors on your block. My favorite thing, though, is the fabric you used for the bird.

Carrie P. said...

Great colors and great circles. Beautiful!

Robin said...

I really like this block! It is beautiful. And those little grapes are perfect! No wonder the little bird is eyeing them...

Sherri said...

What a gorgeous block!

Karen said...

Your block came out gorgeous!

Deb said...

Hi Karen, you have really captured the grapey feel of this block - well done. Looks beautiful.

Cathi said...

Your block looks fabulous!

Mrs Quilty said...

Karen, your block is esquisite! I love it! Great work!

Notjustnat said...

Karen, this block is beautiful. It's still one of my favorite so far. I like how you photographed it with a bunch of grapes. I like the color and everything about this block - Well done - Hugs Natima

*karendianne. said...

Oh the elegance. I'm serious. Totally elegant work.