Wednesday, May 9, 2012

It's those bunnies again.....

Block 4 of Harrington and Hannah.....



finished just in time... there's already a sneak peak of Block 5 over HERE...

This month my book club book is "The English Patient"


Feta and Spinach scones with capsicum chutney - amazingly good - a cappucino and great company.....
(my monthly tea out with the gals - we have an 'intellectual discussion' for about 3 minutes... then laugh the rest of the morning)

I'm struggling through the book so I'll be getting out the DVD!!!
have you read it? what did you think?  any intellectual points for me to raise? thanks .....

Gotto Go..... book to read movie to watch......

26 comments:

Michelle May said...

Love it! Love it!! Your block looks fabulous!
Those scones look soooooo yummy, but what is capsicum chutney? Never heard of it. Is it vegetarian?
Your book club sounds just like mine. Such good fun.
Hugs!

Barb said...

Michelle has made the cutest patterns and I love how you have done yours.

Anonymous said...

lol what a fun book club,lovely block Fiona and yummy to your scnes and chutney.xx

Sharon - Lilabelle Lane said...

Sorry I cant offer any hint, tips or questions with regards to your book but bookclub does sound like fun and those scones ... yum....I had beeter go and get some breakfast to go with my coffee :o) Have a great day hugs

Jennifer said...

Cutesy little bunnies! Your morning tea looks very yummy. Can't help with the book as I haven't read it......was a librarian for over 30 years but haven't read that one, or seen the movie.

Narelle said...

No singing and dancing in the rain for these cute bunnies.
Sorry, can't help with the book but I could help with the coffee and scones :)

Cheryll said...

You just made me hungry... so I'm off to put the kettle on! :)

Maria said...

Love the new block and each time you tempt me to do them but so far staying stron.....
Hmmm nice scones..
Enjoy the b--- oh movie.

Sheila said...

Great block , unfiortunately have not gotten to that one yet .
I haven't read the book but loved the movie . Yummy scones :-) hugs

Charlie and Wendy said...

Love your bunnies, you are using such nice fabrics. I haven't read the book but saw the movie a long time ago, seem to remember it being long and slow moving!

Janet said...

Cute bunnies and even cuter scones... er... I mean delicious looking scones. This is a book I haven`t read, nor have I seen the movie. It seemed a bit like a sleeper to me so I wasn`t drawn to see or read it.

Melody said...

Michelles BOM is just fabulous. I love your version.

Lyn said...

That is a really cute block..can't help with the book but watching the film sounds like a great idea..

marina said...

very cute block. Can't help you with the book, haven't seen the movie either.

Kathy said...

Good luck with the English Patient....I remember struggling:( On the bright side your bunnies are looking very sweet, and so glad you had a great day out with the girls.

Sunnybec said...

I love these patterns, I have just done this one but it is going to be a cushion cover...eventually..... I just had so much fun doing the applique! Hugs

Sue B said...

Yum, I want the recipe for those scones.

Teresa F. said...

Those bunnies look wonderful. Your version is awesome.

Patchwork and Play said...

Very cute bunnies! And what yummy looking scones! Sorry no help with the book, but I do believe it is a difficult! From memory the movie was pretty slow!!!

Wendy said...

I LOVE your bunnies! The applique is just perfection. I've read that book and remember I loved it. I also saw the film but I'm pretty sure I didn't get it!

Allie said...

LOVE the block! I can't wait to start! I've never read the book or seen the movie, so I'm no help to you, lol....

Talin's Corner said...

I just love your "Block 4". That umbrella is so pretty. You did a great job.

Michelle Ridgway said...

Very cute bunnies! I have seen the DVD and struggled with that. I just didn't like the characters much and I grew old watching it as it seemed sooooo long. I'll be interested to know what you think. Lovely scones.

Michele Pacey said...

Oooooh scooooones... Those look scrummy, but so does your bunny block (love that they're sharing an umbrella, how cute!)!!

Anthea said...

The bunnies are beautiful done! The English Patient, oh that movie caused me to fall in love with Ralph Feinnes, haven't read the book. Great styling on the book & food pic!

Karen said...

Love the way the bunny blocks are progressing. Looking good!
Delicious scones!

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