March has started as such a funny month really cold and lovely spring weather with in the same week.
For me throw in traveling, for work, and the daylight savings time change and you have a frazzled woman.
I'm pretty sure it's calming down as I had a moment of sewing frenzy. Oh the sewing machine was a going.
Here's a few photos of what I've gotten accomplished.
This Bee is officially over now. I'm amazed at how quickly an entire year can fly by.
Here are my two "tree" blocks.
These came out just as I planned. Funky to say the least.
Two lovely queen-bee's asked for some awesome blocks.
OneyGirl , she blogs over at Leona's Quilting Adventure, asked for a lovely Reverse Rainbow Starburst block, the tutorial found over here at Diary of a Flutter.Kat
*** Go check her out if you are a Dr. Who FAN***
She asked for a spiderweb block and had the center pre-glued. The tutorial that we used can be found here.
Our lovely queen bee in this group, tracey pnw, asked for Converging Corner a new tutorial from Film in the Fridge.
These are so awesome.
Plan on seeing more of these as I'm gonna have some bee-mates make these for ME.
Orange you Glad
The Hive B Queen Bee, MargaretW319, she blogs over at A day in the World Around Me.
She sent some lovely batik's that I couldn't capture well with my camera. This is what she requested.
A tutorial can be found on her blog here.
So Sarah Sews is hosting another quilting for kids quilt.
Here are the two asterisk blocks I signed up for.
I had to "put a bird on it" with the designated color choices.
Meh - they aren't perfect but I leaned a ton with them. I hope the recipient loves it.
There are a few more bee blocks I haven't had time to get to . .but I shall.
Hope everyone is grand!