19 September, 2011

More Catch-up

I told you I was in a finishing mood... Time to get some overdue bee blocks out and tackle new ones as soon as they come in.

This is the Lucienne Day inspired block for the last round of my Mid Mod Bee. I can't wait to see what Yahaira does with her blocks.

This summer saw a new bee start for me. An all Canadian, all Improv group called Unscripted. It's nice to save on postage and see such vibrancy in Canada too.

The first block has this dreamy colour combo and takes its inspiration right from Block Party. Donna over at Kindred Crafters had us make this block for her.

The second month belonged to Holly. She was greatly inspired by Elizabeth Fransson's Put a Bird on It Quilt. Having never worked with Echino myself, this was a fun little challenge. And I must say, I can see how the colour becomes addictive.

One of the best parts about working on a Canadian bee? I can write colour and favourite and no one says anything funny!


Holly said...

Wow Cheryl! You are a bee block making machine. I love your coloUrful Echino block - can't wait to see it in person. Thanks.

You could also talk about pop (rather than soda) with the Canadian bee ladies, if you are so inclined! ;)

Suzanne said...

You make me laugh with your spelling comments. Your blocks, on the hand, leave me smiling.

Victoria said...

Love, love, love, Lucienne Day's work. What a great place to get design inspiration from!

foodmathquilts said...

These are all beautiful! And your post tempts me to check out the other blogs (which will lead to me adding them to my reader!). This is no good! I just finished downsizing my feed reader list for back to school.


CitricSugar said...

LOL. All hail the Canadian spelling! Myself, I have trouble when people spell it "meter" and am thankful for my grammatical sensibilities that our southern neighboUrs sew with yards instead. :-)