I may be behind in my blog, but looking back, I’ve been doing quite a bit of sewing! In the past few months, I have made many blocks for the Bee’s I am in.
1. Bee Block for September, 2. September “Bee Happy” Blocks, 3. October Bee Block, 4. Bee Happy November Block, 5. bee block for October, 6. Bee block for october, 7. November Bee Block, 8. November Block- Fresh Modern Bee, 9. November Bee Block, 10. Vintage Sheet Bee: December, 11. Bee Happy: November, 12. Bee Happy: November
As I said before, being in a Bee is such a great way to try a variety of techniques and to play with lots of different fabrics. It’s especially nice if you don’t have a lot of time to sew an entire quilt, or tend to get bored with a larger project.
I still have to make the bee blocks for my own Christmas quilt, and then I will be all caught up with my Bee’s. I want to get that quilt pieced before the baby comes and then I think I may treat myself by sending it off to be quilted. I have never done that before, but it is SO huge and I would rather concentrate on piecing unfinished projects, while I have the time.
February is my month in “The Vintage Sheet Quilting Bee”, so I need to start brainstorming!