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Honey Bee Quilt Tutorial

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Honey Bee Quilt Tutorial Pattern It is yes wonderful boss that you can be making for several occasions among those occasions Who knows you can make it for the end of the year and thus decorate your table for new year’s party!

Honey Bee Quilt Tutorial

It is very true that this month of December we are all busy preparing for things to come but that doesn’t mean that you have to put aside your work, does it?

Honey Bee Quilt Tutorial
Honey Bee Quilt Tutorial by Erin in whynotsew.blogspot.com

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It reminds me a lot of when my grandmother used to make patterns that involved leaves or even flowers.It’s a different quilt pattern a beautiful pattern where it’s the tips of the square or the biggest block that stands out with leaf petals or flower petals in this case leaving much more beautiful the varied colors of the sides in this case the side finishing always with the most varied colors possible.

Various shades of light, medium and dark fabrics. Fat quarters and fat eighths are great for this project. ( I used This ‘N That by Nancy Halvorsen for Benartex )
2 yards ~ white fabric for background, sashing and first border
3/4 yard ~ fabric for binding.
backing fabric for approx. 56 x 70 inch quilt
batting for approx. 56 x 70 inch quilt
1 yard ~ Fusible iron on adhesive like Heat’n Bond

Cutting for the entire quilt top you will need:

108 ~ 2.5″ squares for the center nine patches of each block
48 ~ 3.5″ squares for the corner squares of each block
48 ~ 3.5 x 6.5″ rectangles for the top, bottom and sides of each block (white)
144 ~ Bee applique pieces * my daughter helped me trace all of these onto the paper side of the fusible web. This was a big help, so that I could cut and sew while she traced, and traced and traced.Template HERE
8 ~ 2.5 x 12.5″ sashing strips (white)
2 ~ 2.5 x 40.5″ border strip for top and bottom (white)
2 ~ 2.5 x 58.5″ border strips for right and left sides(white)
342 ~ 2.5″ squares for patchwork border * about half light and half med/dark for contrast

This is a very nice pattern to make for a baby blaket to put in the crib or a blanket to be able to have a picnic with the family or even a towel to put on your table.

Pattern tutorial here in whynotsew.blogspot.com And if by chance you can not access the tutorial due to some problem perhaps with internet or other unknown The button below So but we ask you to access the blog so you see the tips she gives.

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