Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Bee - hind!

I pride myself in being a good bee member, but I slipped. Dedicated yesterday to not much more than bee work. I have two more blocks and them I'm caught up. I'll try not to let this happen again.
Square in a square block for Kate in Bee Imaginative.
Improv block for Elizabeth in Bee Imaginative.
Wonky star block for Jessica in Pieced Together.
Jess's block for the MidMod Bee.
Liz's square in a square for One Block Over.
Angie's snowballs for One Block Over.

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

When I saw the first photo I thought you had taken up stained glass work!! How pretty they look with the light shining through them too! Perhaps I will make a block or two to hang that way in a window. Love all of them. Gail Norback

live a colorful life said...

The blocks are great!

I was a bit distracted by your fabulous fabric organization in the background. Planning on working on that myself today...

Anina said...

I think you redeemed yourself.
Pretty blocks!

Sara said...

Fabulous job!! Love the tree one--what fabric is that?

Needled Mom said...

Nice work. I love that wonky star block.

Poppyprint said...

Well done! I can't wait to start my first bee in January!! I love posts like this because I still need to figure out what I want to make and always find inspiration in all of these pretty blocks.

Michele Bilyeu said...

Thanks for sharing your 'bee-hind' with us. So far this week I've only see Super Mario, the miner from Chile's....and yours may be mooning everyone from the window but they're also a lot cuter ;)

KateKwiltz said...

Ooh! I really likes that orange and blue one! Very cool!

Cecily said...

Beautiful and perfectly constructed blocks - love how you have them hanging in the window!

Suzanne said...

I am Bee-hind too. I only have one block to do but it's a self portrait block and I'm stumped on how to do the facial details.

Your blocks are eye candy and inspiration. Maybe just the inspiration to get mine done. I especially love the wonky star.

momto2wasd said...

I love Liz's Square in a Square block in particular! I just love the Majestic Oak print!

Di~ said...

:) love your play on words OR intended pun!

brown robin said...

Yes, yes. Redemption is yours. You are such a talented artist.

ecuakim said...

I love that Jess's block actually looks like honeycomb, you know, from a beehive! But really, all the blocks are gorgeous.

Kristin L said...

I like the little bit of wonky star peeking out of the border in the wonky star block -- very fun and whimsical. :-)

MightyMom said...

love them all! especially hanging in the window! like stained glass! soo pretty!

Rebecca Johnson said...

Thanks for sharing!! Those blocks are so inspirational!! xx Love them!! xx

Gone to Earth said...

They are completely beautiful. They look like little stained glass windows hanging there in the light. Now I have a fabric yearning... especially for more of the Joel Dewberry. I love the colours in that.

wishes, true and kind said...

I can relate only too well! I am a little bee-hind myself. Bees are fun, but I think I will cut back in 2011. Your blocks are all so fabulous, I don't think the recipients will mind if they are a little late :)

joan

Team NE said...

You are remarkable! The blocks are stunning!! I adore the one u did for Elizabeth...would you be willing to give the secret to it?

Madame Samm said...

Hello Jackie...it is Madame Samm from Stash Manicure..this would be a wonderful tut for us...will you think about it...love to have you as a guest. blessings msamm

Girltwin64 said...

Oh wow I really love these! Great job!!!

Di2Quilt said...

I love how the light shine through the blocks! Great idea of using the hangers to showcase your blocks.