But first, I've been tagged by my friend Kristy to participate in the Around the World Blog Hop. My turn to post will be next Monday, Sept. 8, so come back and visit then. Meanwhile, Kristy's post is up today. Kristy blogs at St. Louis Folk Victorian, and she's the awesome founder and president of the St. Louis Modern Quilt Guild. Please check her out!
These bee blocks are on my design wall today: The first ones, for Laura, are hand-pieced. The Piecing Group we're in together does all hand piecing and the quality of everyone's work is excellent. The ladies in this group have done some amazing work for me when it's been my turn. And everyone serves the most delicious desserts, too!
Drunkard's Path blocks for Laura
These bee blocks are for Julie in Sew Bee It, a spin-off from STLMQG. Julie is expecting a baby girl, and she and her mom are using their leftover Michael Miller Challenge fabrics to make furnishings for the nursery. Julie's blocks will become a quilt for her baby.
Bee blocks for Julie
I'm linking up today with Judy at Patchwork Times; check out all the quilty inspiration over there. And don't forget to visit Kristy!