Blocks In Fun Places

>> Tuesday, June 8, 2010

While most of the time our bee blocks seem to stay in our sewing rooms or wherever our sewing machines may reside in our homes, occasionally I'll notice a block that has wandered somewhere fun to get its photograph taken for our Flickr group!

Sewtakeahike's cute Ice Cream block wanted to be by these gorgeous purple flowers (can you blame him?!)

3X6 bee {2nd quarter} ice cream cones!

meganalayne's pretty plum blocks found their way outside on the line blowing in the breeze!

Sew Bee It block for Geraldine

John's gorgeous gray block took a little rest outside on his deck (seems like lots of his blocks like to take a siesta on his deck! ;) )

Buzz Cuts | Block for sames5

Darci's awesome elephant just couldn't wait to get outside for a little swing in her tree.

#1 for Saranya

Tweedledee Designs' gorgeous block was just begging to go play with the flowers for a little while (and doesn't it just look at home there?!)

Bee Modern June- Small strip separated log cabins in flowers

And Saidos da Concha's block full out went on vacation to the beach! Snagged his own sand chair and everything!

Isa's block

Does this inspire you to get out and take more pictures of your blocks or quilts in the outdoors?  The natural sunlight always makes the colors and fabrics seem happier and brighter to me!

Keep your eyes peeled for a fun little contest here starting next week featuring Blocks In Fun Places.  Hint:  start taking pictures of your Blocks In Fun Places, sharing them in our Flickr group, and tagging them blocksinfunplaces !


Megan June 8, 2010 at 5:32 PM  

Thanks for including my blocks! The hubz keeps threatening to take down the ratty old clothesline, but I keep voicing vehement objections. How am I supposed to take pics for the blog without a clothesline?!? I'll have to start looking for more spots around the yard, I suppose.

silversmith June 9, 2010 at 7:35 AM  

i try to take pictures of my quilt tops and completed quilts outside in my tree. the light is always so much, the wind can catch them. :)

Mama Spark June 9, 2010 at 10:00 AM  

Love to know how you made the ice cream cone block.

Angela June 9, 2010 at 10:07 PM  

oh thanks for including my block! How fun! I wanted to photograph them all with the flowers, but I was too impatient to do that. LOL.

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