Bee, Myself and I #33

I’ve managed only one block this month, but it’s better than nothing, isn’t it?

I love this fabric, it’s a beautiful soft design combined with brilliant colours, and although it’s a latecomer to the collection, it’s one of my favourites. Just 4 blocks left to quilt… I can’t quite believe the end is in sight; this quilt has been a bit of a dream for so long that being so close to a landmark is a strange feeling. Next will be trimming all the blocks out, cutting the joining strips and then starting assembly. That last stage may have to wait a while, as I’ll need to finish Go Teal it on the Mountain first and get my F²F³ blocks done for the month, but I’ll be making a start in the first quarter of next year.

Bee, Myself and I is a forum for ‘selfish sewing’; any stitchery which is purely for pleasure and not to a deadline or for anyone else. The original concept belongs to Carla of Granny Maud’s Girl. To find out more, you can click through on either her blog link, or using the button a fair way down in the left hand column of this blog.

Till next time.

20 thoughts on “Bee, Myself and I #33

  1. tialys says:

    Love the sort of strong watercolour effect on that fabric.
    The end is in sight – It will certainly be something to see.

  2. craftycreeky says:

    Love the colours, and beautiful quilting as usual 🙂

  3. rutigt says:

    I love that fabric. The colors are so great!!!!

  4. Lynda says:

    Anemone are one of my favorites in the garden and now yours are on a hat box! These colors are so beautiful.

  5. nanacathy2 says:

    What wonderful fabric, and how nice to have the end in sight.

  6. So vibrant and beautiful and vibrant.

  7. Dayphoto says:

    I love the fabric also!

  8. magpiesue says:

    Given the life you’e had lately I’d say getting even one block quilted is an accomplishment!

  9. kathyreeves says:

    I do love the colors on those flowers, perfect for a hatbox!

  10. […] my last BM&I post, you saw a small piece of fabric featuring all kinds of feathers in shades of grey and light brown. […]

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