It’s time for Block Four in our Save the Bees Block of the Month Quilt!! If you’re new to the quilt, I’m sewing along with Jacquelynne Steves Save the Bees quilt and I am having so much fun making up these cute blocks!
This month the block is a completely pieced Bee Block – it’s so cute!! Since I’m using Vintage Adventure for my quilt I had a played with the colors a bit. I wanted to include some yellow though so I used the light yellow print from the Bunnies and Blossoms line of fabrics from Lauren Nash. I added in a little embroidery around the body of the bee and for the antennas as well. I think it coordinates so great with the other blocks!
I just love how cute the little antennas look. I haven’t sewn on these buttons yet – I’ll add them in after I finish everything up! But they are so fun!!
You can download the pattern for the Bee Block here:
Save the Bees Block of the Month – Block Four
**THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED***
Each blogger participating this month is giving away an Olfa prize pack with an assortment of fabulous Olfa products!!
You can enter to win at each of the blogs below. Winner can only receive one prize (you can’t win at multiple blogs) and the giveaway is open to US and International winners.
- The Crafty Quilter
- Podunk Pretties
- The Quilting Nook
- The Sewing Loft
- Flamingo Toes – You’re here!!
- Kathy’s Quilts
- Freemotion by the River
- A Quilting Life
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To enter here – leave a comment below and answer the question: What is your favorite handmade gift you’ve ever received?
Dana Olness says
Last Christmas I received a hand-painted plate from a family friend. She painted the faces of all my beloved dogs on the plate. I have it displayed in the entry way of our home where it can be seen every day and all my visitors can see it too.
Cathy Davidson says
Quilt from my grandmother! (*love your color combinations!)
It is hard to pick just one but I guess the quilt made for me by my mother ranks pretty high on my list!
Valerie Cruse says
I am enjoying just making things foe family and friends.
Joyce Stratton says
A couple of years ago my sister gave me a cat quilt. It is throw size and just perfect for a cool evening. She said she made it for me since I’m always cold and she noticed I had a blanket next to my chair. It’s my favorite handmade gift.
Carolyn Montgomery says
the best and most precious handmade gifts i ever rec’d are the quilts make by my mother. i treasure each and every one of them.
Sue MacLeod says
My favorite handmade gift was a wine color sweater knit by my mom.
Jennifer P says
The most precious handmade gift I ever received is still in my closet. It’s the small quilt made by my grandmother and gifted to me when I was about 4 or 5. It was printed cross stitch nursery rhymes and I still love it.
Laura M says
A friend made me a quilt for a special birthday. She quilted words of wisdom and support into the quilt. I still tear up when I find a new word or phrase while cuddled in the quilt reading.
Carole Conard says
The Greatest handmade gift I received was from my grandmother on my 16th birthday. A “Sunbonnet Sue” quilt.
I was the most beautiful quilt I had ever seen in all my 16 years and it was mine, a gift from my sweet Granny.
It met a sad demise a few years later. And this quilt is the reason why I wanted to learn how to quilt, now that my son’s are grown and I have more time.
Thank you for this give away opportunity.
Merricarol Mahoney says
Barbie doll clothes my mom made. I wish I had them today.
Susan Griffith says
Many years ago my brother made me a wonderful wooden shelf with a carved wood bow. I just love it and see it every time I walk into my house.
Julie McCluney says
Bev, Your fabric choices are sew cute. Love them.
Debbie Stebbins says
One of my closest friends made a quilt for me when her first sone was born. She made the quilt as a thank you for taking over her class during her leave.
Debra Luraas says
After 46 years, my favorite handmade gift is still the double wedding ring quilt of vintage fabrics made by my Great Grandmother for my wedding.
E Horton says
My daughter made me a little pin cushion using a wooden hoop and I use it daily!
MJ Tichich says
The best handmade gift I received was the wedding dress my mother made for me. She did this while working full time, doing the books for her husbands business, caring for twins that were 6 months old, gardening, canning and riding herd on the rest of the family. We all helped out but what an amazing, hardworking and beautiful mother I have.
Sonya Leach says
A quilt from my mom.
Patty Weis says
My favorite gift was a quilt that both my grandmothers worked on. My maternal grandmother passed away before she could set some Sunbonnet Sue blocks together. My fraternal grandmother finished the quilt. It is so special to me.
Glenda Morrow says
My favorite handmade gift, outside of my childrens & grandchildrens artwork, would be a quilt that my maternal grandmother made that my mother passed down to me.
Anita L Jackson says
I adore handmade gifts, especially from my sons. A couple of years ago my son made a painting of Krumpus????hmmmmm. What / who is this I ask? He went on to explain and knowing his personality, it shines through in the painting. I adore it!
Sharon Browne says
When I was just a little girl, my maternal grandmother gave me a beautiful Dresden Plate quilt that she had made for me. The quilt is now faded and worn, but I still have and treasure it.
Denise Thompson says
I haven’t received too many handmade gifts but I would have to say that the infinity scarf my daughter made for me tops the list!
Sheila Ramsden says
My sister made me a quilt with beautiful loving sisters sayings
Amber Egbert says
A Little wall quilt for a Christmas Gift.
Laurie Wendt says
I was given a quilt by our church blanket makers group when I had surgery. It had a fabric in it that was the same as one I’d used in a quilt I made for my sister. That made it extra special!
Carol Maxfield says
Crochet angel from a friend!!
Karen A says
I received a handmade quilt from my daughter . She made 4 identical ones. One for me, one for each of her 2 sisters, and one for herself.
MariLynn Bergmark says
My oldest daughter embroidered a handkerchief with “Mom” for ME on HER wedding.
PAMELA RICHARDS says
I dear friend of mine made my wedding dress for me — my grandmother passed when I was 9 — so this friend of the family (I was born on her birthday) made it for me
Monta Reina says
My loving Mother made my wedding dress and vale. How beautiful she made me feel inside and out. God bless her soul, she is now with God and I miss her so very much.
Donica Miller says
great quilt shop.
MariLynn Bergmark says
My oldest daughter embroidered a handkerchief with “Mom” for ME on HER wedding. P.S. — I have never been to this site before, so how can you state ” Duplicate reply detected” and rejecting to post my comment????? I
Beth T. says
The beautiful quilt, made with care and love and exquisite craftsmanship by my best friend, is the dearest handmade gift I’ve ever received. Except, maybe, the velvet dress my mom made for my 5th grade Christmas program. At the time I did not fully appreciate that.
Michele Raiola says
My favorite handmade gifts are the ones my children made for me when they were little.
Robin L Harris says
My favorite gift was a stuffed robin pillow that my daughter made for me. It even had glasses on, like me! :D
Cindi Chacon says
Pillow cases my grandma made & she passed in 1989. My mom had them & she passed them onto me ..
Kathy H. says
My favorite gifts are almost always those that are handmade by my grandkids. That said…..the vety best gift ever was my sewing machine !!
Cheryl R says
I had a lovely quilt given to me as a thank you for doing some research and restoring some artifacts for an school alumni of my fathers. It was a lovely journey I went on with him in his golden years. He has been gone now for 15 years but I have that beautiful quilt as a reminder of that time with him. :o)
Anything my grandchildren make me, So very special.
Gloria Chandler says
I have a little paper elephant made from a small milk carton that my daughter made in elementary school. She is 46 years old now. I have saved it all these years. Brings back happy memories.
Kathy gray says
My mom made me a doll quilt when I was 12years old…we didn’t have much money in those days so most of things we recy were made…I still have it today..
Sarah Gray says
a blanket with memories and signed by family and friends when I was very ill with cancer.
Carol Kobashigawa says
A patients mother gave me a hand embroidery sachet upon her daughters death I had been working with her in the ICU for a few weeks before she passed and had gotten really close with the family! Even though it’s lost it smell, I still keep the little sachet in my dresser drawer!
Jennifer M. says
Besides the wonderful handmade gifts from my kids, my favorite handmade gift is the ponytail hat my sweet neighbor knitted for me when I was six. I had a pixie cut, and she knew I wanted a ponytail more than anything! I still have it decades later. Thank you for the chance to win!
Sharri Niehus Reeves says
Way too cute! Live that he is not in traditional bee colors.
Terry DeCola says
It is a latch hook Christmas tree skirt from my grandmother. She gave it to me year before she died and that was 37 years ago. I treasure it to this day and think of her everytime I look at it. She is the one who started me with crafts by teaching me to crochet when I was 12.
Donna Hope says
My favorite handmade gift has to be the beautiful cutting board that my son made for me.
Susan L. says
My favorite handmade gift was a wall-hanging my best friend made me for my 50th birthday.
Barbara Pettyjohn says
I received a Christmas ornament at our quilt quilt that was homemade. I love it.
Marcia Thompson says
Love your fabric choices. Gift from my sister which was a bow-tie block pattern throw quilt she quilted.
Lisa M Lamie says
My favorite hand made gift was a special ring bearer pillow for my wedding 47 years ago!
I received a very simple needle book that I cherish.
Ladies in our church made us a quilt as a wedding gift over 22 years ago.
Sally Dixon says
My Mother embroidered a set of pillowcases, which I love.
Barb K. says
Handmade rag doll from my Mom when I was about 6 or 7 years old.
My favorite handmade gift is a cowl my daughter knit for me.
Sandra Easley says
My favorite gift was a handmade boy angel by a very dear friend. She knows I collect boy angels & it means the world to me.
My favorite handmade gift was a fused wire wrapped necklace my Sister made.
Linda L. says
Other than homemade baked goods ( always welcome!), the only other handmade gift I have received is a beautiful fall mug rug from a friend.
Sharon Treece says
A set of wooden Straw hat Farmer and Sunbonnet Wife Hot pad hangers, hand made by my Grandfather for my Grandmother when they were first married. My Grandmother gifted them to me when I got married, 47 years ago. They hang on my kitchen wall next to my stove and I use and treasure them daily.
pat sendelbach says
Edible gifts are the best!
Karen Brown says
A pillowcase from my then 8-yr-old daughter
Sue D says
So cute. I like the fabrics and the antennae. My favorite home made gift was a crochet scarf from my son’s girlfriend–now fiance.
Suzan Olinger says
My Grandmother always made quilts by hand piecing and hand quilting. One of the best was a quilt for my dolls.
Donna F says
Any gift from my quilting friends. One knows I don’t like to do bindings. Many years she will do one as a gift.
Janet Greenslade says
A favourite handmade gift is a key fob made by a friend. apparently I always say “It will be okay, just breathe”
So she embroidered “Just Breathe” on it and now it goes everywhere with me as a loving reminder. =)
Cheryl Tufts says
Handmade jewellery from my sister…little birds nest…so cute!,
Gerry Barrett says
My mother made, totally by hand, a quilt for our 25th anniversary. It was a maple leaf and she went outside, got the size leaf she wanted and traced in all around the edge of the quilt (with a pencil) and quilted it. The sqs are 4 maple leaves appliqued on a large sq. It is so precious to me as mom has been gone a long time. And, yes, we do sleep under it.
Sandra Stewart says
My favorite quilting gift would be a beautiful cross log cabin lap quilt.
MARJORIE GALLARDO says
My favorite handmade gift I received was a set of bowl cozy. They worked great for me to hold a hot bowl of soup.
Lisa Marie says
The best handmade gift was my beautiful wedding dress, made by my MIL I thought it was very generous of her to offer to make it before I was even in the family, I guess that was a good indication that she would be a great MIL.
Sandy Allen says
My favorite home made gift would have to be a baby quilt that was embroidered by my mom and quilted by my grandma. It was supposed to be a panel quilt but grandma didn’t like it that way. She cut it apart and added sashing. My mom was so mad even when she gave it to me many years later. I could hear it in her voice!
Janet T says
A friend gave me a large cross stitch that she had done. I know she had put a lot of work into it, and I put it away for when the kids got bigger and did not ruin it. I found it a few months ago, still in the box. My friend and I drifted apart, as friends do, but I still think about her, and the cross stitch. To all the long, lost friends out there: You may be gone, but not forgotten.
Betty Domal says
Hand embroidered pillow cases from my mother & her mother when I got married in 1962
Jill S says
Quilt from my Aunt
Kathy E. says
Just last year, my best friend crocheted a cowl type scarf for me. It’s a deep purple color (my favorite) and I just love it1 It’s so warm and snuggly on cold, Iowa winter days!
Vicki H says
My mom made us all crocheted afghans.
Char Greene says
A crocheted table cloth from my Mom.
Lois Kahns says
I have a friend that is always making little things she has made and giving them to me. I like all of them. I think the best one is a pin cusion she made out of salvages.
Joy French says
Last year I received a multiple part handmade gift which consisted of a pincushion, scissor keeper, and needle book nestled in a hand covered box with a handcrafted ribbon. All hand embroidered. It was a secret Santa gift at my guild. I must have been a very good girl last year!
Belinda Brooke says
My favorite home made gifts are the cards and pottery made by my children.
Holly Peterson says
My mom made me a crochet afghan for Christmas, the pattern was Poinsettias in the Snow. I sure do miss my mom.
I have a beautiful quilt the church ladies made me once. I love it.
Thank you for sharing your stunning blocks. The best handmade gift I’ve ever received was a sewing caddy that takes all my quilting supplies – awesome.
Wilda Ernst says
A Christmas ornament my daughter made in school.
Sharon Aurora says
A leather coin purse made for me by my late son. I will always treasure it.
Michelle Roberts says
Wow, what a stunning block I can’t wait to get started on mine. Thanks for the amazing inspiration. The best hand made gift I ever recieved is a free motion embroidery picture of one of the photos from our wedding day. Made by my mum thanks for the chance to win, I’m keeping everything crossed
Claudia Kumpe says
My favorite handmade gift is a little heart shaped red and white pillow my stepdaughter made me for Mother’s Day the first one we celebrated as a new family. She had just learned to sew. I still have it! That was 20 years ago.
I have received and given a lot of handmade gifts over the years. My absolute favorite gift was a brooch that my daughter made when she was in preschool. It is made of modelling clay and has glitter all over it! She made it over 30 years ago, and I still have it. Thanks!
Vickie weinandy says
Very pretty! Love the color combinations. They are very nostalgic.
Vicki in MN says
My friend made me a quilted organizer to hang by my ironing station to keep scissors etc handy.
kathy Persons says
My Grandma crochet me a fine thread tablecloth~
Susan Green says
My favorite is the hand made Christmas ornament my granddaughter made. It had a lot of buttons that she sewed on herself.
April Lopez says
My 3 yr old grandson used markers to color a mug for me last Mother’s Day and I adore it. But I love anything he gives me. Your blocks are all so darling. I love your fabrics. I have bunches of them.
My favorite hand made gift ever is a mug my daughter made in my favorite team (ROLL TIDE) colors and mascot with footballs made from my grandchildrens’ finger prints!! I love anything they make for me!
My daughter hand painted a Christmas ornament featuring our farm house. She would tell you she cannot draw or paint (she got that from me!), so it is especially precious to me that she would work so hard to do that for me.
Suzy Marshall says
I love cats! And my best friend embroidered me a counted cross stitch t-shirt for me with the word MEOW with a cat laying on top of the M. I loved that shirt and literally wore it out! What was really fun is she also made one for herself. We always wore them when we knew we would be seen together! :)
Sobana Sundar says
Hmm, I am thinking hard on that question. I do realise I have given more than received handmade gifts. I do cherish a little handstitched wall hanging that my little niece made for me.
Sounds silly but last Christmas my husband made me a speaker for my iPhone out of recycled wood. It sits on the table near my sewing machine and works really well. Thanks for having a giveaway! :)
Karen Dowd says
One year i received a small pillow that my daughter stenciled in highschool and gave to me! many years ago :-)
My friend made me a lap quilt – it keeps me warm on cool nights and gives me comfort when times are rough.
ElaineAnne Smith says
I love anything to do with bees, and this pattern is wonderful, especially in the vintage adventure fabric.
Patricia Evans says
A knitted cowl type scarf made by one of my blogger friends.
Bonnie Thiem says
It’s not sewing but my girlfriend made me a lovely cross stitch picture.
Bonnie Larson says
Gorgeous bee. Thanks for sharing. My favourite handmade gift I ever received was a crocheted vest from an old family friend. It had huge sentimental value for me
Jill Chapman says
I love the color scheme you used for you Save The Bees blocks. They are gorgeous! My favorite homemade gift was from my mother. It was a quilt with canning jar blocks. We worked on it together and created many loving memories from it. She is now 96 years old and still cuts out blocks from recycled jeans to make jean quilts. Each quilt goes to a grandchild or great-grand child. If she hangs in there she will be making one for a great-great grandchild. I would say she has made over 70 jean quilts.
Your colorful bee is so cute! My favorite handmade gift is an afghan that a friend made for my birthday. It turned out to be many hours of work for her and I still love it to this day.
My most cherished handmade gift is a queen size cathedral quilt made by my mom in 1979.
Marty Askins says
The best handmade gift I received was the small ceramic Christmas Tree plates my boys made at school.
My favorite handmade gift was an appliqued quilt that my mother hand pieced for me as a wedding quilt. I love that she made it completely by hand and will treasure it always.
Teresa Knittingdancer says
The best handmade gifts I have ever received in the hand knitted socks that my sister knits for me.
Sandra Croley says
I love the stitching on your bee block and the hexie one. I’m just finishing my Hexie block and think I’ll do the same! After being widowed at a young age 11 years ago today, I re-married three years ago….my husband’s sister from Scotland visited for the wedding and she brought me a beautiful Aran sweater that she had knit for me as a gift. That is my favourite hand-made gift!
Lisa Galloway says
I really love the homemade pin cusion that my niece hand embroidered for me when she was a small girl
Prima Donna Minter says
In 1980 my mother made me an 8-point star quilt for scraps left over from clothing made for her 4 daughters. I love it.
Denise :) says
Your bee block is darling — I adore the fabric you’ve used for this BOM! My favorite handmade gift is whatever the latest handmade gift was that I received from a grandchild — they are so precious and definitely made with lots of love! :)
Joyce West says
It’s hard to pick just one. I do cherish the quilt made by my great grandmother and given to me by my grandmother.
Mary Milnarich says
My grandmother made a quilt top years ago that I just now found. It’s done in red work and a friend quilted it for me. So precious to me.
Jenny Benton says
That’s easy to answer! My daughter made me a gorgeous smocked nightgown for my 50th birthday and I love it. She had young babies at the time so I really appreciate all the work she put into making my gift, and the time it took.
Jayne P says
My niece made me a bookmark about 12 years ago and I just love it
Thanks for hosting this giveaway – I love Olfa products! My favourite handmade gift was a whole cloth quilt that my mother made for my husband and I for our wedding gift. It is beautifully quilted and I think of her and dad every time I see it.
Barb Reynolds says
Best hand made gift was a quilted bracelet in my favourite colours – purple.
A few years ago, my husband made an extension table for my grandmother’s 1929 Singer sewing machine. I now have a larger surface for piecing and quilting. I love it!
Kathy h says
I have a ceramic dish in the shape of a giant leaf that my daughter made for me in art class. I just love it.
Linda Ashworth says
My favourite handmade gift was a patchwork drawstring bag ( the Pink Penguin tutorial) made by my lovely Patchwork friend Sarah. It is always in my sewing bag, holding useful items such a small clips, spare needles etc. I have since made several for other sewing friends.
Linda Patton says
Double wedding ring quilt from paternal grandmother.
Carol Andrews says
I must say that every handmade gift is my favourite but of the many I have received over my long life is the one my DH made me recently. He has MS so doing things in secret is difficult for him. We recently downsized from our 3000 sq ft house to a temporary home in a 500 sq ft apartment. Since I lost my sewing room and have only a sewing desk now I was so very surprised that he had secretly made me a free standing rack with hooks and shelves for my rulers and cutters. The reverse side has pins for my threads and a couple of small bins for notions! The whole thing takes up 1 square foot of space and has casters on the bottom so I can easily turn it around. It was all made with leftover bits of trim and moulding from when he built the house and shop 35 years ago. Beautiful wood and such a sweet thoughtful gift with so many memories and much love worked in to it.
Edith Gorzo says
My favorite hand-made gift……..hmmm. I love all the hand-made gifts from friends and family, I can’t choose only one. Lol
Margaret BLack says
A quilt made for me by a dear friend when I was going through my cancer treatments 10 years ago.
Hannah W says
I have a wall hanging that was entirely hand sewn and quilted as a wedding gift. The woman who made it taught me to embroider as a child and does her hand work for “therapy” for her Parkinsons. It is a gift I treasure!
maria elena blecha says
I love every gift I have received. But I do have an angel that a friend made and gave me. She is gone now, but every Christmas when I put it on the tree I remember her.
About 40 years ago my Mom did a crewel work piece for me depicting four trees, one representing each season. Her work was beautiful, just like she is. It’s a real treasure.
Sue H says
I introduced my sister to quilting by showing her how to use a rotary cutter and making a simple 4-patch. She went on to take classes at her LQS. After a couple of years, she gave me her first quilt as a thank you. It’s lovely and I was just so happy to share my passion! Now I have to say, she may be a better quilter than me!
Sandy K says
I received a beautiful hand made envelope style small pouch with the smallest embroidery flowers and vines on it.
My favorite hand-made present is a hand-carved and hand-polished ivory heart necklace made by my uncle who lived in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Dawn P says
Years ago I gave a friend a bunch of fabrics I didn’t have time to use. That christmas she gave me a patchwork skirt using scraps leftover from the fabric. So sweet <3
Que bonita y dulce abeja. Es difícil decir un solo regalo, tengo la suerte de estar rodeada de amigas y familiares muy creativos. Pero sin duda un poema de Antonio Gala, escrito con plumilla y con letra gótica en un pergamino, que me regaló mi cuñado. Bonita pregunta. Un saludo
Katherine Hawkes says
My favorite handmade gift came from my mom. Although not a crafty person, she cross-stitched a beautiful piece, which my father then framed. It is a treasured heirloom that will be handed down through the family. I appreciate it more and more as the years go by. It was made for me when I was a young wife and mother. Having now been married for 44 years, you can imagine how dear this work of art is to me.
Chloe Lewis says
My most precious, favorite gift is the beautiful quilt my sister gave me. We were at a quilt retreat during a show and tell. My sister makes beautiful quilts and has won national ribbons. She asked me to hold up one side to show the ladies. That was the first time I saw the quilt. I was saying it was so beautiful, how I loved the daisy’s (my favorite flower) and the beautiful colors in the quilt. She said, “I made it for you!” I burst into tears and was so shocked and overwhelmed. This sister, by the way, got me stared on making quilts and is always teaching me techniques I never thought I could learn!
My mother gave me a hand crocheted bedspread that my grandmother had made for her hope chest. I will be passing this on to my daughter.
Barbara Ann Jones says
My family were/are not crafters. However I am, and give lots of quilted things from hand bags, to totes, wall hangings, and quilts.
Tonya Flores says
My grandmother used to make Easter Dresses for all her granddaughters. I remember looking forward to that box every year and oohhing and aahing over the beautiful dresses she had made for me and my sisters. Totally the best gift I got every year as a kid.
Marianne Barta says
I received handmade wooden “Forest People” — they set up in our hutch all year.
Not to be cheesy but, truly, my most favorite handmade gifts have been from my children.
Sharon Mann says
My beautiful sewing table that my husband made for me is my favorite handmade gift. It has a drop-down back that makes it bigger, a lift for the sewing machine to raise or lower, a smooth white top and fancy wood trim to make it look pretty, and room underneath it for fabric storage. I use it almost every day and I just love it (and the guy who made it!)
Gail Beam says
My greatest gifts were the artwork and pictures received from my children and grandchildren.
Kathleen Stringer says
My mother made clothes for the Besty Mcall dolls my 2 older sisters and I had.
Leslie K. says
I haven’t received too many handmade gifts since my mother passed away. She liked to sew seasonal decorations and I still have all of them because I just can’t give them away knowing that she made them!
Julie Brack says
My favorite are the handmade cloth books my mother has sewn, a collection for each of her three children as she is an excellent seamstress and these kids books were well loved and read by each of my kids as they grew up. She poured heart and soul into her sewing.
Bertha Goggin says
Being from a Crafty family I have received many gifts – The afghans my Mom made are very special now, since she is gone. My daughter hand painted a Nativity set for me a couple of years ago. I think it is my current favorite!
A picture on canvas, designed by my 3 son’s.
Rita Long says
The older lady next door gave me a quilt when I was a child
Esther Cullen says
I was given 2 angel ornaments that I hang each year. Still love them many years later.
Marcia H Baker says
I love the vintage adventure fabric & have been hoarding it! Your block looks amazing! My favorite handmade gift I received was a block from every member of my hand quilting group from about 20 years ago. Each block is made strictly by hand. No rotary cutters,etc, and everyone embroidered their names in the center of the blocks. Three of our group have passed on so these blocks are my treasure!
Jacqueline’s Save the Bees BOM is very sweet. Love the fabrics you choose for your blocks. Berry sweet!
This is adorable! Thanks for sharing at To Grandma’s House We Go DIY, Crafts, Recipes and More Link Party! I pinned this! Hope to have you join us again next week.
Deborah W. says
My favorite handmade gift was a huge bed cover hand-crocheted by my mom. I knew lots of time and love went into it.