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Let’s Bee Social #77

Posted on: June 17th, 2015 by Lorna McMahon

I dug into my tiny Kona scraps and managed to cut enough pieces for 34 more Little Blooms blocks. Now all my little scraps fit into one small container. Next I will tackle my larger scraps. I’d like to add some more purples, pinks and yellows to the mix!

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Along with the 30 I made previously, this brings my total to 64 of the 99 needed to make this quilt.
Only 35 more to go!

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So what is new in your sewing studio this week?
Let’s PARTY!

Keep On Quilting On!

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29 Responses

  1. You are 2/3rds of the way there with the blocks – very nice! I'm excited to see the larger version pieced; it is going to be beautiful. 🙂

  2. Hi Lorna! I love love your blocks! They look so cute and delicious with those colours! I hope to make this pattern one day. Perhaps for one little girl WHO is waiting to get a quilt. Have a lovely day! x Teje

  3. Nilya says:

    Oh wow, These blocks are so beautiful… I Need more time 😉

  4. Sewmotion says:

    I love those blocks, so cute, and well done you on using your scraps, a girl after my own heart! Those Kona's look lush too, look forward to seeing it finished 🙂

  5. Nice work with using up your scraps. They look so bright and colourful!-Soma

  6. KMTrott says:

    Love those little blossoms! So bright and cheerful 🙂

  7. A rainbow of pretty blooms here ! That quilt will be gorgeous in the end 🙂

  8. Dorian says:

    What a gorgeous pile of blocks Lorna! So pretty to just sit and look at, just as they are. lol

  9. Unknown says:

    Love this blocks!

  10. Wow, that's a lot of blooms! They look lovely in your first picture. I always like seeing your blocks pictured in this fashion. And imagining the beauty of the top to come. Have a great day! 🙂

  11. Those blooms are Kona-tastic! Kudos to you for tackling the scrap bins. I might need to do that soon… more than one has a lid that won't fit on anymore. I think those scraps expand when I'm not looking.

  12. Mary Huey says:

    Love the crisp look of these blocks but can't imagine every being able to \”empty\” one of my scrap bins?!?

  13. Thank you for all your advise. I am in need of help and have one dumb question (not that any question is dumb) How do I link back up to me? Is that what is suggested? Love the colors of all the blocks you are doing and can't wait to see the finish. L

  14. Lara B. says:

    Those blocks are Quilter's Eye Candy Lorna! Even from your scrap bin the colors are So Fresh!

  15. I love your solid palette. Have you done a bundle yet?

  16. Susan says:

    Your blocks are beautiful! You're getting there!

  17. dq says:

    I just wanted you to know how much I absolutely love your quilt blocks. I have been following along as you make them and have fallen in love.Also, I so appreciate the weekly link up and your comments on my blog.Thank you!

  18. Lorinda says:

    I love your Little Blooms blocks! Thanks for hosting the link party.

  19. Katherine says:

    Thanks for hosting your inspiring link-up party, Lorna!Your little bloom blocks are as sweet as candy. Such gorgeous colours that are especially welcome on this overcast and rainy day. This is going to be an amazing quilt! Cheering you on….

  20. Allison says:

    These blocks look so great in solids! Not to mention that it's fun to whittle away at those scrap piles. First time link up with you today!Greetings from Germany!

  21. Your pile is growing. Can't wait to see all the blocks put together. They are so bright and cheery.

  22. Celine says:

    I love your little blooms Lorna, they're very pretty

  23. SewPsyched! says:

    Stunning stunning stunning blocks!! And I am loving your new layout/blog style 🙂

  24. OK, you almost tempted me to buy an Accuquilt!! Then I realized I don't have the space right now. Shucks. Love your blocks!

  25. Brianna says:

    Oh, I really like those blocks! So bright and happy. Thanks for the invite!

  26. Georgi says:

    Holy Moly ~ that's a lot of blooms! Love 'em!

  27. Laura Chaney says:

    What a fun way to use up those teeny-tiny Kona scraps! Still love how these Bloom blocks are looking!

  28. Someday I need to start a total scrappy quilt with just solids just to empty out my bins… But first I need to get to all of those WIP's,HugsEstheresthersipatchandquilt at yahoo dot comipatchandquilt dot wordpress dot com

  29. Unknown says:

    I love how bright and happy those blocks are!

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