Tuesday, December 8, 2015

December block for Elizabeth

It has been so drab and dreary around here lately that I really perked up when I read that Elizabeth (@Pieceful Life) wanted bright & cheerful solids for her block.

 


Can't wait to see this quilt finish!

 

December bloc for Elizabeth

It has been so drab and dreary around here lately that I really perked up when I read that Elizabeth (@Pieceful Life) wanted bright & cheerful solids for her block.

 

Can't wait to see this quilt finish!

Monday, December 7, 2015

All Caught Up

December block for Elizabeth ready to pop in the mail:


Michelle's house block which I mailed (late) a few days ago:



I believe I am now caught up with posting my blocks to Flickr ;-))

Have I mentioned how much I love this bee?!!!  Looking forward to 2016 and our fourth year!

Sunday, December 6, 2015

November ( just a tad late )

Good morning!  I sewed my block for Michelle this week and am posting it now.  I really enjoyed this little block. I included some text print in the centre of mine because Michelle is a speech therapist and I thought she might get a kick out of it.


Will pop this in the mail this week  : )

Saturday, December 5, 2015

Dresdens and Bubbles

Thank you dear MCM Bee friends for your block contributions to my two gorgeous quilts I recently finished!


My Dresden quilt from my time as Queen Bee in December, 2014....


and my Bubble Bee quilt from June, 2015....


You can read more details on my blog here including lists of block makers.

Obviously, I could not have made these quilts without you.  I love the thought and time that each of you put into making your blocks for me.  This group is the best and I am so proud to be included.

Hugs,

Rene'



Wednesday, December 2, 2015

December 2015 Blocks Finished


We finish off the year in brights and triangles--super way to bring 2015 home!  These are the December bee blocks for Elizabeth R. and it was super easy, so I made two. For those of you who happen on this block from the web, we started with 7" blocks, sewed on either side of the diagonal line, then cut them apart to make two HST.  Another round of that, and now we have one block.  
I love them by themselves, but I'm sure they'll be gorgeous all in a quilt with their mates.

Do you remember helping me on this quilt?  I love it!
Merry Christmas, everyone, and see you in January!