Wednesday, February 8, 2012

How much wood could a woodchuck....

Or - How many Bee blocks can a Bee Mate complete back to back?  Ok, technically #6 I finished on Sunday, but semantics, right?  I had enough I thought I would make a pretty mosaic~
1.  This is for Leona in our first month of Design Camp, thinking outside the box. I had too much fun making this block!  I had to stop myself from going overboard with the strips.  It was a simple concept for the block, 5" charm squares in solids.  And I'm so glad I received the browns.  I love it!

2 & 3.  For Karen in Honey Bees, simple window blocks, she provided excellent directions!  We used Kate Spain charm squares, beautiful!

4 & 5.  Confetti blocks are for Corrie in the group Sew Bee It, I came in as a replacement for someone in this group, and I'm so glad I was invited!  

6.  February block for Sarah who blogs over at SoSarahSews, she has a quilt featured this week on the blog Quilt Story, it is a sweet friendship quilt.  We used our own scraps and black Kona for the background.

7 &8.  For Gina in my Block Party Bee, we are using blocks from the book Block Party - The Modern Quilting Bee, I have a great group of bee mates in this group!  Gina chose the Roman Stripes block and used Christmas fabrics. 

9.  Keeping track of where all these blocks need to end up!

I still have 1 January item to make, and it is giving me mental diarrhea!  Not because the block is ugly, it's all me!  I have never made a hexie block before and I'm afraid I'm going to screw it up.  I tried to clear some other mental clutter by getting these blocks done, so I can take some mental pepto and focus, focus, focus.  


3 comments:

Quilting Mom said...

amazing blocks! very well done! You are miles ahead of me in sewing!!

Quilting Mom said...

amazing blocks! very well done! You are miles ahead of me in sewing!!

Leanne said...

Those are lovely blocks, I bet the very last one is much easier than you expect.