Little by little my pile of bee blocks to be made kept growing and growing. I haven't caught up completely yet but I did make some progress this past weekend. I started with some from Bee Beautiful.
Vicki's block in progress
and a blurry photo of it done
Michelle's block in progress
almost done... time for the hand sewing.
Amy's block #1
playing with fabrics to make a 2nd block for her
the result of block #2
I think I have 4 more to do between the two bees I'm in and then I'll be caught up!
© Blog post written by Julie Herman
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Cute blocks! I love dresden plates..need to make some of those in the new year!
I'm so behind on my bee blocks, very jealous of your catching up!
All of the blocks look great. Hope it's still fun for you!
Is that an ironing mat with a grid????!!!! Wowser...where have I been that I haven't seen something like that before?
Your blocks look great. How many Bees are you in?
You are INSANE!! How do you keep it all straight??? :)
Dig that dresden plate...
yay! thanks so much for making my block!
Dresden plates in modern fabrics...yep another quilt for my "wanna do" list!
Gorgeous blocks Julie. I adore the dresden plate one.
Beautiful blocks and love the dresden plate.
oh, so many pretty blocks here! you are quite the busy gal!
So many more lovelies, Julie! Great job. ~Kathleen
Pat sent me over to comment on your blog. I already follow you and really enjoyed your radio interview with Pat.
You are block happy. And every one looks great.
Pat Sloan says HI!
I'm a follower of yours and wish you continued success!
Fun blocks! I enjoyed your radio interview with Pat Sloan:)
Loved the Pat Sloan interview. Glad I found out about your blog here. The Dresden Plate is gorgeous!
Your dresden plate is really pretty - maybe one day I'll even try one! LOL!
I love my Dresden plate and all of the other blocks you did. Thank you so much!
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