Just a heads up. I'm guest posting for Shorts On A Line tomorrow at Designs by Sessa and I'm pretty excited. I'm reviewing a pattern and a tutorial that are both really beginner friendly.
My Etsy shop (LadyFaceQuilts) had a couple sales (yay!), and I also mailed two different swaps of Christmas fabric in addition to all these bee blocks you're about to see...
Blocks for the 3x6 bee hive 7 (wonky blocks)
3x6 bee hive 11(sampler blocks - I chose Greek Cross blocks. Tutorial here)
I've finally (fingers crossed) gotten all of my hexagons attatched to their papers!!! Yay!! Now for the flower making. I'm attaching all to the connecting center first and then I'll do the petals. This was the first one I did.
It's awesomeness is pretty high. And it wasn't on purpose. I didn't notice until the day after when I got them out again.
I also discovered the scrap vomit quilt by Katy and have decided this would be fun to do with little Lady Face who loves to sort out my box of 2.5" squares. So far I've got about 10 blocks ready to be sewn up for it, so I think that'll be some good sewing therapy and scrap use! They're mostly covering my ironing board so I'll have to do them to use it, right?!
We also got the benefit (?) of free Direct TV this week because my husband works for them. The owner of our house (we're renting) came over to check out the back fence that's almost falling over from uneven ground and lots of very heavy jumpy dogs. I'm glad those two things are done.
I always feel on edge whenever someone comes to install electronics or something, or to inspect the house. Just makes me nervous to have people in my space but not knowing when they're coming or how long, or what exactly they'll looking for. You know? And I can't relax much it's over.
So now it'll be a fun weekend!!!