For February, Chelsea from pins & bobbins asked us to do a dresden plate block for her. She had a tutorial for us to follow. She asked for fabrics in shades of pink, orange, and yellow for the wedges. I received a FQ from Aneela Hoey’s Sherbet Pips collection in pink to include in it. Chelsea asked us to send a piece of fabric in aqua for her to complete the center. I don’t have lots of pink in my stash, but here is what I came up with. I hope you like it Chelsea!
This was easier then I expected. It seems like Chelsea kept all the hard work for her (appliqués of the center and dresden plate on the background fabric). For her quilt, she plans to do 20 blocks like this herself in addition to the ones we will be sending out. Good luck with that!
It was really fun to try out something different for my last month in the Fat Stash Bee. Here is a a mosaic of the blocks I’ve made in the past year as a member of the bee.
It was great exchanging with all the girls in the bee.Thanks again for all your wonderful blocks.