In Sew Bee Blissful, Melissa (AKA Crafty MamaD) has asked for two firefly blocks using this tutorial. The tutorial is incredibly well written and clear with great photos. If you're at all interested in making firefly blocks, do give it a look.
In Sew & Bee Happy, Allie has asked for four mini blocks that each measure 6.5 inches square. Two are to be sunny 9 patches in yellows, oranges, reds, etc. I see that most folks are taking the pastel route here. Of course I only have the bold, true colors in my stash. Hope they are not too overpowering!
The other two are to be imrpov blocks of neutral colors. I absolutely loved making these as they're a great way to use up those little bits and bobs of neutrals that I don't have enough to make a block, but I can't throw them out. Perfect. Her idea is inspired by the work of Piece and Press. I can't wait to see what the finished product looks like!
And finally! My blocks for the CARE circle of do good stitches. This month Kris asked for a scrappy herringbone block using a tutorial by Bijou Lovely. The tutorial was very easy to use and clearly written. The photos help a whole lot. It used large "scraps" that really I had to cut from my stash, and then in turn generated large "scraps" from the cut-off bits. If you were making a full quilt, I'm sure you could use them on the back or something.