The Guild Bee

The Guild Bee is for any level quilter, but may involve more advanced techniques, so is great for building your skill toolbox.

  • Each month a Queen Bee will be assigned. You must choose a quilt you want made, and bring your desires/requirements for blocks to that month's meeting. The requests can be specific (using a certain online tutorial or provided instructions) or more general (scrappy stars from your stash, for example, or a theme: shapes, colors, low volume prints, etc). You can choose whatever you want! You may also specify block size.
  • If you want the other participants to use specific fabric, you must bring it in bags, labeled for each participant. You must at least provide the instructions.
  • You can make a Flickr or Pinterest board and send it to the bee members.
  • The blocks are due one month after they're assigned, and will be shared at that month's guild meeting.
  • If you're going to miss a meeting, you need to contact the participant whose month it is, or the beekeeper, to make other arrangements. But please try your best to come to meetings and stay on schedule! A major part of the bees is bringing in your finished blocks (and quilt!) to the meeting to share with the guild.

The Beekeeper for 2018 is Lee Burnham

1 comment:

  1. Finnished my French summer houses in November and entered it in the WIP IT contest.
    This bee was so much fun, but glad this 3 rd round has no houses in,yet.....
    Now figuring out how to post a picture on this forum....

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