Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Spiderweb Bee Block



I have been working on April's block for the Boston Modern Quilt Guild bee (I just need to sew these triangles together now). Next month is the last month - and is also MY month, so I'm a little stressed about getting that sorted out and sent out. I never knew how much pressure this could be, but maybe it gets better as you do more of them.



I always thought the spiderweb block was intimidating skill-wise, but Monet has an awesome tutorial on her blog that is really straightforward and her fabric choices are impeccable. They really bring this block to life! I added a few prints from my stash in and I hope she likes them! She supplied much of the fabric - including the Kona Cerise for the background - YUM!

Thanks for looking!

4 comments:

  1. Monet's tutorial is great! I've always wanted to learn how to do this. I've been hoarding my scraps for another string quilt, but this would be way cooler. I love your color choices! Great work :)

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