Nothing like waiting till the last minute here, but this past weekend I got down to business and tackled a few bee blocks which have been sitting around begging for my attention all month.
These fun bright hexing around blocks are for Andy in the Imagine circle of do. Good Stitches. She had us each pick a color, and then make two blocks in that color, so she will end up with a super pretty color variated quilt in all colors of the rainbow. Obviously my color was yellow and while these blocks totally remind me of looking up at the sun, you can't help but smile at that bright sunny color.
As if I hadn't made enough granny square blocks as of late, for Angie's month in the Stash Bee, she requested two tone scrappy granny square blocks constructed using Jolene's granny square block tutorial. I very likely am now able to make these blocks in my sleep by now, but I just can't get enough of them. The scrappy versions were quite fun to pick through my scrap bins to create, hope you like them Angie!
Lastly, I just received my last block from Quarter 1 of the 4x5 bee. This is my third round of this bee, and I'll just say that the ladies of Hive 10 certainly did not disappoint this round!
These six blocks joined the others for a total of 20 blocks I've accumulated through the past three rounds I've played along with this bee. I'm going to stick with the same colors for one more round, before whipping these blocks into a quilt top.