Spelling Bee Sew Along Letter D

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Have you been seeing all of the posts for the Spelling Bee Sew Along? Saturday was week 5 of 44 weeks and was the letter D.  I picked up some Bella solid fat quarters and matching Aurifil thread that I’ll use for my blocks. This bundle was one of Fat Quarter Shop’s Exclusive bundles that you can pickup and includes the Aurifil thread along with the fabric. There are several groups to chose from.Spelling Bee Sew Along

The Spelling Bee Book is by Lori Holt of Bee in my Bonnet and features complete instructions for 100 letter, number, punctuaction and picture blocks in two sizes plus 18 quilt projects!

The Spelling Bee Sew Along  will feature 88 of the blocks from the Spelling Bee Book! Lasting 44 weeks, the Spelling Bee Sew Along will feature 2 blocks from the book each week.

Spelling Bee Sew AlongI will be making the letter T and also the telephone. Be sure to visit the Jolly Jabber or click on one of the links below to visit the other bloggers taking part in the Spelling Bee Sew Along.

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Spelling Bee Sew Along

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4 Comments

  1. Awesome idea – but alas there’s so many projects on my plate right now. That wonky heart quilt is terribly cute! You and yours remain in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    Thanks for all these wonderful links, Connie.

  3. Another wonderful book from Lori Holt. The Sew Vintage group that I belong to locally just started working with this book. Our group leader challenged us to make the sewing machine block and use it in something. I made the 12″ one last week and used it in a wall hanging. And I’m planning to use the letters to make some big floor pillows for grandkids, beginning with the youngest one Jack.

  4. Those colors will make a great quilt. I’ve been tempted to join, but there is just too much going on right now. Maybe after the new year.