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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Anna's Tulips


Block Seven of Lyn Brown's Baltimore Album BOM was posted on Saturday and I couldn't wait to dig right in.  It's called Anna's Tulips.  She says that Anna's hummingbirds are seen year round in California.  I'm not sure tulips grow in California, but maybe in the northern part of the state?  It was another fun block to make.  Needleturn as always.  


Now I have to be patient for a week and a half.  No block this Saturday because of the holiday.

I'm happy Blogger/Google resolved the issue with images displaying.

7 comments:

Artist Within said...

Love your block and yes tulips do grow in California. I live in the central valley and we love our tulips. There are a lot of Dutch history were I live. Especially like the name of your block. My name is Anna!

Linda said...

Very nice Mary. I'm going to have to check it out. And I enjoyed your post about the show.

Lynn said...

Beautiful block.

Crispy said...

Ooooo so pretty Mary!! I love the fabrics in the hummingbird :0)

Crispy

Jacquie said...

Love these Baltimore blocks. I thnk the tangerines were especially nice. I enjoyed the post about the Antique quilts as well. I wonder if any of mine will be around in 100 years? :-)

Sunna Reyr said...

I love the color in your Humming Bird, there is not much color in Icelandic birds, mostly variations of browns with whites and blacks. There is one though that comes to mind, Red-necked Phalarope, that is pretty common here and has been one of my favorites since I was a kid.

Then there are of course all the black and white (and gray) sea birds.

Bridget B said...

Beautiful block- love your colors.