ringo pie: quilt on a line

Just finished up my Ringo Pie block for Corey of Little Miss Shabby.  Check out her amazing pillow she just made, makes me want to make pillows!  Corey’s theme was quilts on a line, so I tried to think of something different.  I drew so many sketches for this block, somehow each one was way too complicated, I’m a simple kind of gal.  So of course laying in bed one night after being extremely frustrated, I thought of what I wanted, a quilt at night.

If you’re like me at all, I’m pretty crappy at remembering things, so sometimes when I hang stuff out to dry it ends up there overnight.  Probably not a good thing, but at least they dry the next day, right?

I think the contrast from the dark sky is so pretty with the bright happy quilt.  And I couldn’t resist adding Mr. Moon and a twinkly little star.

You can see my previous ringo pie blocks: herehere,herehere, and herehere, and here.

Hope you have a great weekend!

24 thoughts on “ringo pie: quilt on a line

  1. amy smart says:

    This is adorable, Anna!

  2. Heather says:

    lOVE the sky!! Corey’s one lucky little cookie!

    x, h

  3. This is my favorite block you’ve made yet! So cute!!

  4. Ry Sal says:

    The contrasting patterns and colors are lovely..

  5. ooooh… that’s GOOD. Love the concept, the little quilt and most of all the night fabric!

  6. Elsa says:

    just love this block! so cute!

  7. **nicke... says:

    very clever anna! very beautiful!

  8. I love the idea of a quilt at night, so original! Great work Anna!

  9. Beautiful, Anna. This is a really great idea. I love the blue backdrop.

  10. Kerry says:

    Very original, I definitely leave my stuff out overnight! The little clothes pegs detail is so mighty fine!

  11. Delia says:

    I agree…completely adorable. I like that there’s a quilt hanging on a line in a quilt block. Just too cute.

    I have left our clothes on the line overnight…but that was the same time I figured out our sprinklers come on around 2 am. We rent a town home so we can’t control when the sprinklers are set either. It was so sad to find sopping wet clothes the next morning. 🙁

  12. what a great block idea. my laundry ends up on the line overnight all of the time. what a pretty quilt on your line, too 🙂

  13. I love this Anna!–It’s so perfect–especially at night!! I have laundry issues of my own–sometimes it ends up staying in the washer longer than I intended. =)

  14. Carolyn says:

    Love, love, LOVE it!

  15. Crazy cute! Love the colors and I am supa impressed with your moon!

  16. ayumills says:

    Yes yes I LOVE the contrast of the quilt and the night sky! This makes me want to hang a quilt at night! I always love your blocks – so unique and creative! And now I see the moon is pieced! eek! I so wish I could sew curves like you do! You are amazing!

  17. Dalya says:

    Love the colors and the little details! Love the idea 🙂

  18. Cindy says:

    This is adorable, Anna! What a nice contrast! I too have been guilty of forgetting the laundry and being surprised the next day!:) Have a great weekend!

  19. Katy Cameron says:

    Very cute, love the moon and star

  20. BeeSewSweet says:

    Absolutely love it!

  21. cecistar says:

    hola .Me encanta tu blog ,haces trabajos muy lindos .Te felicito.
    Cariños desde Chile.

  22. carpelibrum says:

    I love this! I want to make one! Will you ever do a tutorial?

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