Helloooo from hot, humid, hiding-in-air-con Brisbane!
Popping in to share a couple of bee blocks with you. I'm pretty sure that my blogging-slackness over the past few months has meant that there are a few blocks I haven't yet shared ... but these blocks hit the post on Friday and just this morning, so I know I definitely haven't shared them yet!
First up is Jodi's block for our Care Circle of doGoodStitches. The pattern is Anna Maria Horner's Spinning Stars. Jodi requested that the middle of the block be scrappy green/teal/aqua, the ring be low volume whites, and the outside bit be alternating yellow and orange. The block is huge - about 18 1/2 inches. I love it, and can't wait to see the finished quilt - all the yellows and oranges will come together to make a great secondary pattern.
And in a fabulous segue into Danielle's blocks for the AusModBee - here are some of them together with Jodi's star!
Danielle created her own butterfly paper-pieced pattern, inspired by both Kumiko Fujita, and Rita from Red Pepper Quilts. Each little butterfly is 5 inches square.
Love them, they are so sweet and will look so fun flying all over the black background on the quilt.
Now that I've posted both sets of blocks, I'm officially caught up on all my bee-sewing! I really want to now make a few more blocks for the girls' quilts, before I start on anything else. ' til next time - hope you are avoiding any extreme heat or cold that's going on outside your house! xoxo cat