IG Honey Bees Fizzy Blocks for February

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13 Responses

  1. Love how your blocks turned out. I have mine cut and hope to sew them tomorrow. Have a great day! Mary

  2. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    Isn’t it funny how we get so focused on the process that we don’t see the “oopsie” until we stand back. Sort of like life I think. Love the finish!

  3. chrisknits says:

    Love that block! I need to try curves again, it’s been too long!

  4. You showed that block who’s boss — beautiful!

  5. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, What a great way to learn sewing curves than by playing with such bright and pretty fabrics to create such lovely blocks! I have made a Double Wedding Ring quilt and felt so much pride with the finished results, even with all of the little puckers here and there. I am smiling brightly at your great success! Thank you for sharing and have a fabulous day!!

  6. Cocoa Quilts says:

    Nice job, those curves aren’t too bad. I’m not sure I would do a lot of them, but I can handle a few.

  7. Shannon Fleming says:

    Great job on those blocks! I have yet to try curved piecing.

  8. This may sound weird, but it’s kind of comforting to see other quilters make goofs like I do. I admire anyone who does curves well. I haven’t tried it yet. Your blocks look great!

  9. Jayne says:

    Fizzy Block is one of my favorite DP blocks! How often have we rushed through only to discover a mistake afterwards?! In the end your blocks look fantastic which is all that matters!

  10. Great job! The blocks look fantastic! Happy Friday 🙂

  11. Great blocks..now I have to see if I missed your blogversary…..feeling a bit scattered this wee

  12. Curved blocks aren’t too bad, are they. I actually like making curved blocks; there’s so much satisfaction when you turn that curved piece over and press it flat. Looks like you had fun with your blocks too.

  13. Carol S. says:

    I have to admit I’ve never sewn a curve in a quilt block. You did good on this!

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