Thursday, 8 August 2013

don't faint Nicky


I have started to plot the sewing of these gorgeous bee blocks (the combination of Scrappy Sew Bee It and Bee a Brit Stingy)...


with the help of my minions we have taken over the living room and are having a play...

I suspect I may have to make a couple more AMH feathers to make it the mahusive size I want.


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32 comments:

  1. Awww these are gorgeous. How soon would you need another feather cos I probably owe you another.

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  2. What a beautiful feathers. The colors are gorgeous! Like to see the finished quilt!

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  3. Whoa, fantastic Lucy. And nice to see you using those minions too. :)

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  4. Love those rainbow feathers. Can't wait to see them all sewed up together!

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  5. I'll make you a couple of you need more x

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  6. Ohhhh I want them. Mmmmmm.

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  7. 37, and you need more! It is going to be a beauty!

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  8. OMG!! I love it!!! Go on - make it huge!!!

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  9. I read your blog all the time and I've never commented but that is sooo beautiful! I love the feathers!!!

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    1. Thanks for reading Jamie and I'm so happy you commented :)
      I love this pattern so much and my bee mates did a fabulous job of making so many feathers so I can have a huge quilt!
      (you are a 'no reply' blogger so I can't email you back)

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  10. Lucy, this is going to be one AMAZING quilt!

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  11. I don't think I've ever seen that pattern before, and I love it!! what an awesome quilt.

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  12. They look great! Or you could make one mahusive feather to take up the rest of the space or the backing :)

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  13. It looks amazing! Can I borrow your minions some time? They do great work. How are they at basting? xx

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  14. Gorgeous. I want to try the AMH tutorial but have too many other things on the go.

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  15. Looking good, I love how you have turned directions... I need minions ~ Sarah x

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  16. Those are beautiful, it will be an excellent quilt.

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  17. Looking fabby there, your minions are much more helpful than mine obviously!

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  18. That is one massive looking quilt already! But more AMH is always welcome, no? The feather blocks are so fun. Bet the minions are enjoying the game.

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  19. oh my goodness...I can't even imagine making those. They look so hard! Pretty, but hard!

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  20. These look amazing, Lucy! I made two of these blocks--not my favorite to make but they sure are pretty when completed! Deborah got a template set, but I'm not sure that would make them any easier...

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  21. I've always loved those feathers! So many fabrics on the lovely white backgrounds. Sigh.

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  22. That's looking fantastic Lucy :-)

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  23. I love those feathers and it's quite cunning to combine two bees to get more blocks!

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  24. I love the layout. Watch out for the third minion. I heard she crawls and plays with everything in her path!

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  25. I nearly did when I saw your post title! But I just love it Lucy! Oooh get a shift on you must carry on and get that big feather bed done! You could always put a few really big ones in there!

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  26. Just stunning! I am so excited to see it come together

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