Thursday, August 25, 2011

The 4x5

There is, admittedly, relief today. As I mentioned on W.i.P. Wednesday, the 4x5 modern Quilt Bee has intimidated me since Day 1, and I am more than happy to have finished my blocks last night. I confess, I was in a quandary for weeks over which block to make, but when I came across "Planetarium" by Elizabeth Hartman, I was smitten. The decision was made. And once I got started, I really enjoyed putting together the colors and fabrics for each of my fellow bee members. Let's hear it for Beehive 10!
                    

7 comments:

Marci Girl said...

Oh they are beautiful, and I'm still not sure why you worry over these things so much, they are fabulous and your bee hive will love them!

Mitzi said...

Great job Debbie! Fabulous use of colors in the pattern. Your bee members will be happy!

Toni said...

They are all so fun! My favorite is the orange/grey. I think you made a great choice on your block!

Leanne said...

These are wonderful! I have to start thinking up a block to do, you are way ahead of the game with these beauties!

Jessica said...

I have to say I LOVE this block pattern!! It is beautiful but simple looking at the same time. Not overly complicated looking. My favorites are the Red & Black and Green & Gray! Great fabric choices for all of them, the textures and patterns really flow :)

CityHouseStudio said...

I LOVE these blocks! I, too, spent WAY too much time thinking and deciding what type of blocks to make for this bee. I can feel your relief! Wonderful job!

Megan said...

Lovely bee blocks! I especially love the aqua and orange one! :) Thanks for linking up to {Sew} Modern Monday and have a great week!