Wednesday, June 9, 2010


Getting caught up on my two bees.

Dorrie's May block for Quilter bees.

These are one inch blocks, requiring ironing and precision. Oh, quite the challenge for messy me. I think it turned out nicely, too. I really love the block, but this might be too much for me to make a quilt with these blocks.

Next up was Julie's blocks for Sew Bee It.

Julie requested confetti blocks with purple, 12 1/2 to 14 1/2.

And using our own favorites for a friendship block.
Sorrel requested log cabin blocks for June of Quilter Bees.
I was only able to finish one, probably because of poor planning on my part.

All caught up until next bee month!


Leslie said...

these are beautiful...the first one is stunning.

Nichole said...

i really like the blocks you made for sew bee it. the purple is really pretty!

Valerie said...

I especially love that first one with those tiny squares. Smart one that Dorrie is, to send out such a quilt block for everyone else to make! Makes me want one like that, especially if everyone else did the work. :) It will look so cool with all of the finished blocks with tiny tiny squares all over the quilt.

Angie said...

I noticed on flickr(I think) that someone was doing a quilt similar to this with two bees. Huge quilt with teeny tiny squares. Very smart to outsource that amount of work.

Chicken Julie said...

I love the ones you made for me and I agree with the others - the teeny-tiny ones are awesome for bees - unload the hard work on others!

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