Last Bee Block of 2013

Hello, my lovelies! Sigh! I had spent the last hour writing up a wonderful post about what a great experience I had in the three quilt bees I participated in during 2013. Then, I somehow deleted it. And now it is dinner time, and you know that is gonna take priority! So, so, so, let’s just recap with a Top 10, shall we?!
1. This is my last bee block of 2013.
2. My three quilt bees were fabulous and I learned so many things from their requests.
3. I now feel like I can sew anything.
4. Mumma Hump’s request (below) is wonky, cray-cray colour. (Tutorial here).
5. It pushed me out of my comfort zone, which is always welcome.
6. Don’t forget to let out your inner spirit animal for a chance to win fabric cash to Intrepid Thread.
8. Don’t be a No-Reply Blogger–otherwise a winner could quickly become a loser.
9. Adrianne at On the Windy Side has a great tutorial, and now a great button! Share it.
How to stop being a no-reply blogger
How to stop being a no-reply blogger

10. Linking up with Lee at Freshly Pieced for WiP Wednesday! 

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced
That was probably better.

16 Responses

  1. Adrianne says:

    Oh my – that block is cray, and its going to make an amazing quilt! So Mumma Hump – that girl needs to get a blog by the way! Thanks so much for sharing my button – xx.

  2. The O's says:

    Look at you swanky pants, your stripes on your fabrics are straight, the herringbone is straight, the swirls and ovals and circles are straight… nothing like a bit of, arghum, perfection!

  3. Kate Quilts says:

    I do appreciate someone who lines everything up properly. lol

  4. AmyH says:

    I love it, I love it, I love it, you know what, I love it, now I should really finish yours, crap, I just said that didn't I?

  5. Amy says:

    I love the bee block. it sure will make a great quilt.

  6. wipgirl says:

    I think bloggers who use Blogger really need to start inundating Blogger with requests to require email addresses from all people leaving comments, regardless of whether they use OpenID or not. I tend not to remember to include my email address in the body of my reply, and though most of the time I don't think that matters so much, I wouldn't mind the opportunity for more actual interaction with people when I leave comments. (It feels presumptuous though, putting my email address in a comment, as if it means I EXPECT a response, when most of the time I really don't.) And I mean exactly no offence when I say this, but it gets irritating being told I'm a no-reply blogger when I'm not, Blogger just don't give me the chance to be a reply blogger. (In other words, it's not my fault, damn it!)

    Anyway, the bee block is fun.. I'm still contemplating the spirit animal question. It's clearly going to take some thinking.


  7. Love the colors!! Great blocks!

  8. Vera says:

    Do you get to see the final outcome of these blocks? If yes, please share as I'd like to see some of those you made. Thx.

  9. Katy Cameron says:

    I hate it when posts get eaten by the web!

  10. I simply adore these colours…off soon to find that special shade of lime green….

  11. COLORS. It's gotten so gray here over the past two weeks and boy howdy these cray-cray colors do my spirit lots of good! I might have to rip off crazy color idea for myself, to regain some sanity during the gray winter. Lovely blocks!

  12. Salley says:

    You sure have "come a long way baby to get where you've got to today" …
    (sorry .. you wont be old enough to remember that tobacco ad)

    …Bit scary…what you'll sleigh us with next year, when you pull out that sparkly throttle. I will have to buy a big bib, to catch all the drool from 2014 posts! Happy Christmas Ms Sparkly-warkly.

  13. I love how those look. I can't quite picture how you made them though!

  14. Sooli says:

    Great blocks, that sure is a whole lot of colour going on there!

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