Bee Blocks!


Posted on August 30th, by Amy in Bees Knees. 7 comments

Hi friends – I’ve been reluctant to admit it (even to myself), but I have come down with a summer cold. Boo! I’m hoping I can rest enough today to feel better for the weekend.

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Meanwhile, I had a mailbox full of bee blocks.

A couple of the ladies made two even – big thank you to Amy, Nedra, Emily and Sherri!  I can’t wait to see this quilt come together.

I hope you are having a great week – Amy






7 thoughts on “Bee Blocks!

  1. 1
    Michele says:

    Oh that just isn’t fun or fair, the cold that is. Hope you kick those germies to the curb quickly. The bee blocks are really great. I can’t wait to see them all together.

  2. 2
    Snoodles says:

    Sure hope you feel better soon! Love your blocks there….you have some talented folks in your bee!

  3. 3
    Beth says:

    Now that is some awesome mail to receive! Hope you get the rest you need…summer colds stink!
    Smiles~Beth

  4. 4
    Sherri says:

    They look wonderful together! This is going to be such a fun quilt!

  5. 5

    I hope you feel better soon.
    A fun set of bee blocks!
    Have a better day.
    Always, Queenie

  6. 6
    Heidi says:

    Love when I get bee blocks in the mail!!! Great colors!!!

  7. 7
    amy smart says:

    It’s fun to see them together! This is going to be a fun one!

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