May Wanta Fanta Bee Hive Blocks

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8 Responses

  1. Susan says:

    Paper piecing has it’s pluses and minuses – you’ll get through it.

  2. Rochelle Summers says:

    I’m thinking “foot dragging” is a contagious disease caused by the on-again, off-again springlike weather….now off-again. I heard t he same thing at our guild meeting Monday….just no energy or desire to move forward. But, I must make myself start one of two projects that have to be finished in 3 weeks!!! Good luck with yours.

  3. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    Oh pish posh! You have totally got this girlfriend! TOTALLY! Now go get ’em tiger. Slow and steady will get it done. Do it sooner rather than later so you can enjoy the rest of the long weekend…said one foot dragger to another :o/

  4. As always you have SUCH great fabric choices!! I made a couple of these for Karen of Tuna Quilts last year, and they are not for the faint of heart simple as they appear.

  5. Jayne says:

    If I can drag my feet…I will!! It can be a little tricky getting the Wanta Fanta blocks to match/line up, but it’s so worth it. I love your Kaffe version!

  6. Shanon Fleming says:

    I feel for you! I don’t much like doing paper piecing. Too much stress!

  7. Hi Roseanne! You and Wendy must have been speaking to me telepathically 🙂 Both of your posts today reflect items I’ve worked on this week ♥♥ I too created a paper pieced block that is similar to your “B” block. I wanted something that would work with charm squares. If I ever post again I’ll have pictures!
    Happy Wednesday!

  8. Getting those things to line up requires a little patience and some deep, quieting breathing. Just take your time. You’ll get it to work! I would love to be in a block bee; they sound like so much fun.

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