Oh, the pun is killing me! But how can you resist these opportunities?
I am behind in my bee blocks in a big way. I owe April blocks to Eva that I haven't started yet and the June blocks are piling up. It is very not like me to get behind in my bees because I find bee blocks to be great mini adventures that inspire me to stitch more. These blocks are no exceptions, but I have found it difficult to dedicate the time to stitching.
Earlier this week I pulled out the equilateral triangles of Glimma that Anneliese sent the Modern Irish Bee in May and dug in. I absolutely loved making these! It's my first time sewing equilateral triangles and there is a trick or two to learn, but once you figure out what you are doing these come together quickly. I could have kept stitching, but Anneliese wants our "left over" triangles to join the rows together. Ah well.
What a great fabric line! The colors are just yummy.
Anneliese also asked for a donation Scrappy Trip Along block to create a donation quilt from our Modern Quilting Guild of Ireland, so I put this together. As everyone says the tute is very easy to follow and the block comes together in no time. I enjoyed stitching this cutie as well! I can't wait to see what our collective quilt looks like.