Another catch up session for my bee and swap blocks happened while I had a quiet week-end! I managed to finish off all my Granny Square blocks for Jan and Jeanne
The bee is now over. I didn't start it but inherited it when the lady who created withdraw from it and I must say it has been very difficult to run, lots of people dropped out after a few months (some of them after receiving their month blocks) which I find really frustrating and unfair on the other members of the bee. We were all supposed to receive 46 blocks but I don't think anyone got 46 and towards the end to the bee, I guess people would have been lucky to get more than 30. It seems to happen more often these days and I find that quite sad. I know I have been/am late with some of my blocks but I always make them in the end. Anyway, enough of a moan!
I made my first block for the Stash Bee, Sara had picked this gorgeous star that looks very completed to make but is actually not that bad, thanks to this lovely tutorial, definitely one to keep in mind for a future bee I think! I really love this block.
While I was busy paper piecing, I made my block for Amanda for Bee Europa from this lovely tutorial
and also my Garden Fence blocks for Svea, I really like this block and am thinking I could maybe make a quilt with my Comma fabric I have been hoarding for a while now. Watch this space!
I have also made some double chevron block for this month Block Lotto, 6 of them. I really like these blocks and wouldn't winning the lottery of course.
there, it will be great I am sure. I have already picked my fabric for my first blocks, just need to find time to sew them now.
350 blocks challenge from Prairie Moon Quilts that I think I could join. This month challenge is to make 20 blocks, well I guess I have them already!
OPAM 2014 challenge again because this is another great one to keep me on my toes!
And finally, there is this lovely BOM that I haven't started yet but sounds like fun the Silly Chilly Snowmen by Cindy
Building Blocks Tuesday.