I had my bee mates in Sew 2 Speak put together these blocks for me. I also had a group of local quilters make a few for me to make enough for the quilt top. These are simple to make, actually simpler if you make them the way a Bento Box should be made.
My intention was a Bento Box quilt using the Michael Miller Going Coastal fabric line. I didn't really know how Bento Boxes worked, and I had everyone make 4 sections instead of a big one that I cut into 4's. Whatever! It worked.
With the borders! This may be the quickest I have ever put together blocks from a Bee! This will be for a friend of mine who is crabby sometimes, but loves to crab! haha. Just kidding about the crabby part, in case she reads this. I have a few extra blocks and they will go on the back or maybe a pillow.
The final 4 Ring of Flying Geese for a Block Swap, I did such a great job getting these together. Only 2 of them were too small and I had to re-do them both because they weren't for me and if they had been for me I would have left them alone because these are a lot of work. There were actually 8 blocks in this swap, but these were the 4 I took a photo of together.
A few of the March Bee Blocks I have completed this week. It was a sprint to the finish, I procrastinated all month on getting my bee blocks complete.