Bee Blocks

These are some of the blocks that I have made for Quilting Bees.  If you click on the image it will take you to the free tutorial to make the blocks.

And if you want to know a little bit about Quilting Bee Etiquette… check out this post..

 

bee-block-1

Scrap Jar Star

lizzy house quilt block

Scrappy Oh!

flower block

Amsterdam

finished blue cross block

Homeward Bound block

scrappy star block

Scrappy Star by Clover & Violet

scrappy low volume quilt block

Easy cross block by Wooden Spoon

Granny Square 1
Granny Square Block by Blue Elephant Stitches
Wonky Pinwheel block by Greenleaf Studios
wee wanders block 1
Radiant Ring Block by Don’t Call Me Betsy
Hope circle orb blocks
         Curved Log Cabin by QNNTV
wonky star block
                Creative Wonky Star
x plus quilt block
        Cross Plus Block by Badskirt
Fabric detail
              Simple Rail Fence Block
Texan star quilt block
    Star Value Block by Happy Quilting
Rainbow star
        Star Flower Block by Ellison Lane
Feather 1
                        Feather block by Ann Marie Horner
Haven block 4
 Ohio Star block by The Sewing Chick
urban chicken block
Urban Chicken block by Michelle Freedman

10 thoughts on “Bee Blocks

  1. Im interested in doing the block that is purple and greys with the arrows but cant find it. Help Rhianna..thanks so much tina mauterstock

  2. Just arrived following a trail as you do! I ireally liked your rainbow stars, your instructions are really clear and great photos. Thanks for sharing, I’m going to be making one to try, as soon as I get my last 2 xmas projects done! best wishes for the season.

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  4. Thank you so much for your generosity in sharing these beautiful blocks. I especially like the paper pieced ones, and I plan to learn how to do that this winter.
    From Judy, a 75 year old beginning quilter living near Detroit in the USA

    • Judy I am glad you are going to give paper piecing a try. It is a really fun and easy way to get beautiful blocks without to much effort… and welcome to the fun world of quilting. It is incredibly addictive and lots of fun.

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