• Amazing piecing &
    what a great effect! - verykerryberry
  • Thank you, Kerry! I really like banana ice cream covered by chocolate!
  • cleverist popsicle ever! - Poppyprint
  • Thank you, Krista! This guy is my favorite hehe.
  • perfect fabric! - PatchworkPottery
  • This block is so over the top... BEAUTIFUL... faint! - jmb_craftypickle

Ringo Pie - Anna's Dessert Block

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Ummm.. who took a bite of my penguin popsicle..?

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  1. Cut To Pieces 41 months ago | reply

    Seriously I want to bang down the door to join in this bee~ you guys are all incredible and each new block somehow manages to be more fantastic than the ones before. This is so fun and you've given me some encouragement to try to design my own paper pieced blocks of images. And I totally agree that it is thoroughly lickable! ;)

  2. ayumills 41 months ago | reply

    Awww thank you so much, Angela! I just saw your block for Lynne for Busy Bees! That is just incredibly beautiful!!! That looks like a lollipop and is thoroughly lickable too :D

  3. ayumills 41 months ago | reply

    Thank you :)

  4. A Blond Quilts 41 months ago | reply

    Holy cow. Just HOLY FREAKING COW. I have never seen a block like this before. Everything is just stunning, the fabric selections, the details, all the little surprises like the times on the penguins feet! I am in shock here. Seriously this is something that I wouldn't even be able to include in quilt. I would want to frame it and hang it by my machine just to show myself stuff like this is possible, and amazing!!

  5. ayumills 41 months ago | reply

    You are super nice to say that, Bry! Ever since I worked on this, I have been feeling like making sweets and now I am really into making felt sweets. Gosh this is really addictive! Making sweet stuff is always fun :)

  6. fissiett 41 months ago | reply

    this is unreal, I'm speechless and totally in awe in front of such creativity
    Lynne made so many comments and everything she said is true
    now I have to leave you as the "nightgown kissing chocolate birdies" make my mouth water

  7. freshlypieced 41 months ago | reply

    Are you kidding me? Cutest. Block. Ever. Great job!

  8. ayumills 41 months ago | reply

    Thank you, fissiett! I've had the chocolate fabric forever not knowing what to do with it, so I was really happy to find a use for it finally!
    Thank you, Lee! I can't wait for your quilt-along!

  9. sophiasfeines 40 months ago | reply

    OMG this is amazing!

  10. ayumills 40 months ago | reply

    Thank you Almut!

  11. ::Sardaana 40 months ago | reply

    "Amazingly amazing", I just had to steal Lynne's words :) I llllove her comments, BTW! In my own words, simply p.e.r.f.e.c.t. Fave of my fave blocks!

  12. Lavi+ 40 months ago | reply

    This is the most awesome block in the whole world!!!!!!!!! <3

  13. Sandy in Buenos Aires 35 months ago | reply

    OMG, OM, OMG, Ayumi !!!!! This is the CUTEST dessert block ever !!!!! I LOOOVE it to pieces !!!!! Your piecing is AMAZING !!!

  14. Rosi Patchwork & Quilting 35 months ago | reply

    Oh my Gois !!! Beautiful

  15. ayumills 35 months ago | reply

    Thank you girls :)

  16. freezeframe03 34 months ago | reply

    This is so deliciously adorable!

  17. sayonion 25 months ago | reply

    Hee, this is ridiculously adorable! I love the penguin pop! :)

  18. mudypawz 22 months ago | reply

    where did you buy the material?I would so like to purchase some of these prints.
    Thank you ;

  19. ayumills 22 months ago | reply

    Thank you so much everyone ;)

    I bought most of these fabrics online about a few years ago ;)
    The ice cream truck: Heather Ross (Munki Munki)
    The dress and birds on the choclate background: Atelior Akiko (Lecien)
    The clock: Suzuko Koseki (Yuwa)
    The beige brown for the sticks: Suzuko Koseki (Yuwa)

    Hope this is helpful ;)

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