Well I did promise to share with you all the other bee blocks that I have made. It’s taken me a bit to find a moment to do that. I’m actually trying to sew! What a concept! lol. But I’ll show you what I finished recently, so then later I can show you what I’m […]
Every time I think that I no longer have a lot of Bee Blocks to make, I’m befuddled by the number that I continue to make! I swear that I’ve had to leave bees or they have ended…and yet, here I am with a great number of blocks to make each month. Yes, I’m befuddled.
It occurs to me that I have not shared my most recent bee blocks with you all. Don’t you feel deprived? Of course, you do! So in no particular order…here’s some of the little sewing that I’ve managed to do lately. For Pretty in Pink, Karie wanted pinwheels. She was very specific about her requests
Somehow I’ve turned into a blog button designer for a couple of my quilting groups. I totally don’t know what I am doing, but it all comes together in the end. And though my groups are all about fabric and quilting, I don’t end up putting that into the button! LOL. I guess I like
Well I’ve been hard at work finishing up my September bee blocks. I finally have my swap commitments done and before the next round of swaps begin I want to get some work done of projects of my own. What a concept! LOL. But before I get to those, I needed to get some sewing
Yesterday I somehow managed to make two different blocks for a couple of my bees, the bee a little bit Japanese and Busy Bees. I’ve had the Japanese fabric from Paula a bit longer, so I wanted to work on that one first. The instructions were to make two blocks that featured wonky houses or