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August 28, 2019
X MARKS THE SPOT from That's Sew Kerry

Treasure Hunt 

Treasure Hunt Block Tutorial

12.5" finished block
This block is part of the great series by Blossom Hearts Quilts called The Bee Hive there are 12 blocks in the series, all completely free. The template for this block can be found here.

A1 and A4 2 1/4" x 9 1/2" 
A2 and A5 2 1/4" x 7"      
A3 and A6 2 1/4" x 4"

4 of each is needed to make one complete 12.5" block.


This block is put together in 4 units very simply by foundation paper piecing.

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January 17, 2019
Make Modern Magazine – Fat Quarters and Quilting Bees from Blossom Heart Quilts

The latest issue of Make Modern is now out! Inside issue 26, you can find my regular Maths & Methods article, this time talking all about fat quarters, what you can squeeze from them, and how we all love a fat quarter friendly quilt pattern, like Geode.¬†You can also find an interview with me all about how I set up and run The Bee Hive – quilting bees running all around the world. The issue includes a great gallery of finished quilts made from The Bee Hive series of quilt block tutorials, and they’re so inspiring!

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November 21, 2017
The Bee Hive – Quilting Bees for 2018 from Blossom Heart Quilts

After receiving quite a few emails and comments, I’m excited to announce that once again, I am organising quilting bees for The Bee Hive 2018!

The Bee Hive swarms open

For those who are new around here, in 2015 I hosted a series called The Bee Hive which featured 25 quilt block designs that each created secondary designs when used in bulk. Which means they are perfect for quilting bees, where you receive twelve of the same quilt block design!

Tic Tac Toe quilt

Tic Tac Toe is one of the most popular block designs from the tutorial series – it creates Xs and Os across your quilt top ...

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September 21, 2017
Some Quilting Bee Blocks from Blossom Heart Quilts

I’ve been a busy bee over the past couple of months still, with both my Miss B Haven bee and my guild’s Liberty bee. Both bees are very different, so that means it’s been staying interesting and fun each month when it’s time to make the blocks! I last shared blocks in June, which means that it’s time to share July’s blocks.

For the Miss B Haven bee (which are sewing blocks from The Bee Hive quilts series), the queen chose the Fizzy quilt block in soft pink, orange, and teal. I made mine ...

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