June 10, 2016

Rocky Mountain Puzzle: Finished

Last year I participated in the Stash Bee, my hive mates all shipped in some fabulous blocks. LAST YEAR. This makes me a slacker! 

Sorry Hive buddies.

After feeling guilty that these pretty blocks have sat neglected, they got pulled for some long overdue TLC. I have to say I love them! Right?! They look so pretty all pieced together. 

I went with a scrappy binding and it added to the awesomeness here. Then some stippling all over for the quilting in a light pink thread. The quilt is small at 48 inches square, but would make a great quilt for a small child.

Today we are embarking on our end of the year field trip to the seacoast. Please pray for no vomit and no student gets washed out to sea! Also, school busses are nostalgic and that's it. They provide no comfort and are not designed for tall people.

Fabric Used: - 2 yards
Net Loss: - 92.5 yards YTD


  1. This looks totally amazing! Let me know if you want to share it on the stash bee blog, I can give you temporary permissions as an author. :)

  2. Oh my goodness, this turned out so beautifully! I love the color groupings and the scrappy binding is right at home on this quilt.

  3. Very attractive. I love it!

  4. Very pretty, love the colors, such a happy little quilt! Your photos are looking amazing!

  5. Fun post! Hope the seacoast trip went ok...very windy day...yikes! This quilt came out great! What amount of detailed description did you give your bee mates to get such a lovely cohesive set of blocks? Scrappy binding = perfect!!

  6. Don't you just love it when a bee quilt comes together? I always worry that they won't balance out very well but they always prove me wrong. Great finish.

  7. I'm in love with the colours in this quilt .. I want one :)