In Progress: Quilt Tops

>> Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Don't you love to see the progress of a quilting bee quilt? From the initial fabric that's picked out to be mailed across the world, to the pictures of the blocks that start trickling in, to the quilt top that's carefully pieced together, to finally a gorgeous, brand-spankin-new quilt all quilted and bound?

Here's a few pictures of some bee quilts that are on that journey ... some quilt tops to give you inspiration:

ChaletGirl13's pretty green and grey quilt with blocks made for her by the Around the Block Quilting Bee.

Green & Grey Quilt #1


Jamie is seeing what her rainbow strips will look like on charcoal sashing - strips made by the New Kid on the Block Quilting Bee.

Color Theory Strips


Urban Crunch is picturing what her circle blocks will look like when they're sewn together in a quilt top - blocks made by the Fresh Comfort 2 Quilting Bee.

Fresh Comfort Two Quilt Progress


TraceyJay got her Christmas quilt top put together with the help of the Putting the Bee in Christmas group, and is trying to decide if it needs a scrappy border.

Christmas bee quilt top


AllieKatmom sent out black and grey fabrics to her bee members in the Sew 2 Speak Bee, and asked them to add one color. She's trying to decide if she should add sashing or a border.

What do you think?


KimWoolf's amazing Mendocino quilt top put together with the help of the Sew New To Me Quilting Bee.

Mermaid Quilt


And namawsbuzyquiltn has this pretty rainbow dotty stars quilt top from the Sewn Together Quilting Bee!

Dotty Stars blocks by Sewn together group


Do you have a Virtual Quilting Bee quilt top put together that you want featured on Quilting Bee Blocks?  Do you want the readers of our blog to weigh in with their opinions on what color sashing you should use, what size of border, what backing or binding fabric would best suit your quilt?  Email me so I can write about you and your quilt!

2 comments:

urbancrunch November 16, 2010 at 7:41 PM  

Oh my gosh, these are all so amazing!!!

Thanks for including mine :)
Jaclyn

Vicki November 16, 2010 at 8:24 PM  

these are so pretty! I love the mendocino one.

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