Saturday, April 9, 2011

Bee Blocks

Sue from the IMQG sent me a lovely note with the two blocks she made for me.  Isn't it amazing what a small world we live in and what things we have in common.  I think Sue is a very brave woman!

Thank you Sue!

I also made blocks for the bee.  These were finished back in February and piled on by fabric.  When I was cleaning out the other day, I found them and they will get in the mail Monday.

These were quick and fun to make!

On the spaceflight experiment front, yesterday, each team submitted at least two hypotheses for consideration.  Our group's were about the effect of microgravity on plant roots (how will they know which way to grow?) and on food preservatives (on a molecular level, they use osmosis and diffusion-does this work the same in space as it does here on earth?).
I'm so proud of these kids!

1. Aloha finished!, 2. Three "Arms" done, 3. Front or back?, 4. Breakfast at Tiffany's and Fresh Cotton, 5. PIF, 6. September Snail's Trail, 7. IMQG Block, 8. Gull Fussy Cut, 9. Wonky Log Cabin

Taking a look back at some of my projects from 2010.
(thanks to Rene' for alerting me to my mistake! lol)

Needing to finish up the Robert Kaufman challenge!
Happy weekend!


  1. Awesome bee blocks!!! Looking at your mosaic, you've accomplished quite a bit in the first three months of 2011! Enjoy your weekend...we're having beautiful weather here...hope you are as well!

  2. Isn't it wonderful to look back and see what you have accomplished? Fabulous finishes here. xo

  3. I can't wait to see what you do for the Kaufman challenge-- I know it's going to be fantastic!


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