Stash Bee

November Stash Bee Block

My last block for the Stash Bee this year is a fun “made fabric” low volume block. I pulled from my scraps and only needed to augment a few strips from my stash to get the block up to 12.5-inches square (a bit larger than asked so it can be trimmed down).

November Stash Bee Block

November Stash Bee Block

My duties are not quite over as I am the hive mama for Hive 9, but hopefully my hive mates will get all their blocks completed and shipped in a timely fashion. 🙂

It is always fun to look back over the year and see all the fun blocks that have been made and sent off. I “crashed” quite a few other hives to make for others, and I sure hope to see how most of these finish into quilts. Speaking of which, I still need to finish my Plus Banner quilt!

9 thoughts on “November Stash Bee Block

  1. gsyanne63 says:

    Great block, love the use of same colour but different pattern in the block xx

  2. Summer Daisy says:

    All very pretty ♥

  3. Audrey says:

    So much fun! I love all the fun bright colors!

  4. Miriam says:

    Always fun and inspiring to see what’s being made throughout the process to completion. It’s good to have blocks with “trimming room” in a swap situation. Nothing more frustrating than undersized blocks!

  5. Karen says:

    I really don’t have any low volume fabrics. I usually buy from small online stores–my local store is anything but local–and it’s so hard to really see what these fabrics look like 🙁 But I see that I need to look around again! Yum!

  6. Helen says:

    Some great blocks in your hive this year , particularly the feathers , the star and the plus of teeny tiny squares

  7. Lisa says:

    This is a fun block. It’s interesting what other people come up with.

  8. Your hive (and the few you crashed) have had some fun blocks this year. I love the low volume scraps, the pineapple and the feathers in particular.

  9. Jasmine says:

    Beautiful blocks. It was fun seeing them together.

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