I am really having a wonderful time working on these Bee Blocks!
I don't usually sew without a plan already laid out. But I am finding this improv style of piecing to be nice and relaxing. Not a whole lot of though or planning going on here. I am keeping my charm squares whole and am piecing in a wonky slab block style.
First I found some scraps in prints and solids that went with the colours found in the charm squares. Then I added a slanty bit to the side of each charm and trimmed them top and bottom in preparation for the next scrap.
Then I added a bit more, in no set order. Each time trimming before adding a little more. If my scraps weren't wide enough, I would piece them together. Then I trim the block to 12 and a half inches square.
Here are my first three blocks that I showed you earlier this month.
So that brings my total to 11 finished blocks. I have 21 more charms to go, for a total of 32.
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