I must bring you up to date on this week’s Killer Bees quilt group’s sharing. The numbers were down a bit due to so many events/commitments that seem to be over-lapping!!!!! But, though “quantity” was down “quality” was definitely in place!!! This first photo is a modified “Log Cabin”-sashed version of the “Stacked 4-Patch Posie” quilt that was a Killer Bees workshop last year. Details may be found here. Next up…a couple “Block of the Month” blocks. A cute elephant baby quilt. And a ripple-knit afghan… Our resident felted wool applique gal, Rozann, shared a simple sampler….. and small framed piece….. We have another “Twist and Shout” ‘flimsy’ finished (above). See here if you haven’t had an opportunity to follow this pattern’s workshop progress. Next up…a purse that we agreed would be the perfect size for most everyone……..
And, now, for our question of the day—What is the name this little cutie and what is its function???? For those of you who were at the meeting and wanted directions, I will post both the answer to the “What is it” and “How is it made” on Monday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So, please, visit again for the mystery revealed. Have an awesome rest-of-the-weekend and I’ll see you on Monday!!!!! Sending very warm Texas hugs………..
Love that modified Log-cabin; wouldn’t mind having the pattern for that one. Beautiful.
I would love the “pattern”, too, BUT, she made it up as she went along!!!!!!! sigh………
Sigh….Story of my life.
Very productive! I think it’s a thimble keeper
I kinda thought that you would come up with it!!!!!!
where, not whee!
Over twenty years ago my Arizona quilt guild made your mystery object at one of our meetings. Hmmmm, wonder whee mine is!
The tutorial I linked to allows for any size and I really can see many uses for a little larger size (small scissors, etc), since the pouch protects the contents so well!!!!
The Killer Bees must work 24/7! I’m always impressed by the gorgeous projects. Love that purse – it appears to be the perfect size. As for the little Cutie – I’ve made one! I do love the fabric used for this one.
I agree, the fabric chosen for that pouch is super sweet! And, I agree, that group is ‘hyper-motivated’ when it comes to quilting!!!!! For so many of them, meeting with the KB group once a week is not enough and they have formed several smaller groups PLUS many belong to the Rio Grande Valley Guild and take their workshops, too!!!!!! Yikes!!!!
Beautiful pieces. keep up the good work ladies.
As Always killer Bees have some amazing finishes. I know I have seen something similar to the mystery make but can’t think where. Will be sure to tune in on Monday for the answer.
You will say “Of course!!!” when you are told. hehehehe,……………..