Sunday, 22 March 2015

Yesterday at Bee Blessed!

Despite the temptation to stay outside and enjoy the gorgeous spring sunshine yesterday, a few of us motored on and had a productive afternoon.

Here are some finished baby quilts, which will go as a batch with other quilts to the Mums and Babies HIV unit at one of our local hospitals:

Bee Blessed baby quilt
Bee Blessed baby quilt
Bee blessed woven strips quilt

And here are some quilts tops all sewn together and ready for quilting:

Bee Blessed Sail Boats Quilt top
Bee Blessed Strip Steps Quilt topBee blessed Scrappy triangles quilt top

Thank you to everyone who has contributed blocks, fabrics, time and effort in making these lovely quilts. They will greatly bless their eventual recipients.

Jude xo


  1. Wow! Your has been busy and the quilts are all so nice. It is so heart warming that you are giving to such a wonderful cause.

  2. Lovely, as ever! Bonus: I have endless fun searching the finished quilts to "see" how the base block is constructed. An excellent source of scrappy inspiration. Thank you.

  3. they all look great, so bright and colourful. I love they way the one with the little white blocks come together, I never would have imagined that.

  4. Phew - you guys were productive...... these are looking amazing xx

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