You liked the plus quilt top so here is another photo rich post about a bee quilt! This one is full on colour and I love it too!
I made up the block and the tutorial is on my very sparse tutorial page. Then I asked my lovely Scrappy? Sew Bee It! mates to help me out and they did that handsomely don't you think!
It was a challenge to take a photo as you can see but I understand there could be a storm coming.....batten down the hatches and stitch on ladies!
Brilliant work there Nicky - its not a block I'd have ever considered, but done bright and modern and scrappy like that, I absolutely love it!ReplyDelete
I am so proud to have contributed to this beauty Nicky! It's turned out brilliantly.ReplyDelete
Great cheerful quilt Nicky,ReplyDelete
Hope you don't get hit to hard they say the south east is going to get the brunt of it.
Absolutely stunning, Nicky! Great job!ReplyDelete
It turned out great! Glad you got so many lovely blocksReplyDelete
Lovely. Looks like you got the wind already...I think we are in the line of fire before you :-(ReplyDelete
I did not like the block when I first saw it but I have to say the top looks amazing! You all made something great.ReplyDelete
I absolutely love the quilt, and the windy photos are great. The colours shine.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous uilt Nicky!ReplyDelete
Beautiful and bright.ReplyDelete
absolutely gorgeous! Hope it didn't take flight?ReplyDelete
Hold tight to that gorgeous quilt top! JxoReplyDelete
Yay! It's beautiful!!ReplyDelete
You're lucky it didn't flee altogether! Looks good though!ReplyDelete
Great quilt top Nicky your Bee mates certainly did you proud.ReplyDelete
Love the photos!!! Did it take off in the end ???? Fab quilt cReplyDelete
I hope you managed to retrieve it! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Wow! A simple block made totally exciting with all that burst of colour.ReplyDelete
this is so pretty and I love the photo blowing in the windReplyDelete