I’m slightly smug about these, because I actually finished these last Saturday night (well, about 2:30 am on Sunday actually) just hours after Hadley had posted what she wanted.
This month’s requirement was for low volume vomit, with grey, dark pink and turquoise cross blocks. I can tell you, finding 49 different low volume 2 1/2″ pieces was quite the challenge, because if you look at my stash it’s definitely at the bright, saturated end of things, but I finally managed it after rifling through all sorts of charm swaps and scrap bags and fat quarters – phew!
Here’s the full vomit block:
And the cross block:
I think this is definitely another quilt to cross off the list to make, far too many teeny squares o.O
aww so you wouldnt fancy making me one of those blocks then? 😉 Seriously loving the LVomit!
Great fabrics! It looks lovely and a good idea for a bee
Love your blocks, they look fab ! I'm just making a scrap vomit using left over strips from the two scrappy tripalongs that I have made. It's definitely easier than sewing together all those tiny pieces.
They are wonderful!
I liked these blocks too. My first venture into LV. Good job I've had my month…!
Mwah mwah xxxx
Another Hadley blinder! It's going to be gorgeous, and I could almost be tempted!
You did a great job on both those blocks. And you are a complete legend for getting them done well inside of deadline !(Showoff)
What a pity it is called the vomit block. Because it is so pretty.
This is a reat idea, SV and low volume…I think I need a third SV now 🙂
……..but I love this. Teeny squares all carefully chosen. Fabulous. I think I may be digging through my scraps tonight : )
Im pretty sure you need to make some of those for me!
I would seriously struggle with funding that much LV too! Fantastic blocks
Low Volume is certainly a hole in my stash as well. I am finding that is a hole as well as fussy cut pieces. Your blocks are lovely. I am finding you are like me in that you like to finish your blocks early in the month.
Those blocks look fabulous. A low volume scrap vomit quilt will look really awesome!
Ah so you can tell people at work you were vomitting on Saturday night and have a life… I shall remember that one for myself
Fab, but you're a great big showoff, it's not like I'm now 3 months behind or anything, smarty pants!!
Wow, surely she did not need you to have every single one be different. The blocks look wonderful.
Crikey that's a lot of stash hunting! Looks good though.
They look brilliant!! That quilt will be amazing!! Lucky Hadley!
Well done on finding so many LV scraps- I'd struggle to get half a block out of my stash! And well done on getting them done so early – I'd be hopeless in a bee x
Too many small squares is whey we have our bee mates make them! I struggled finding 52 small squares last month, so I totally feel your pain!
she's such a bully – but it will make an awesome quilt!!!!
Lovely but very pleased it wasn't me! No way would I be able to find that many. Juliex
Those look fabulous! I'm impressed you were able to find so many low volume prints in your stash — I really don't think I'd have been able to. :}
you have to admit this is a great bee quilt…imagine all the different fabrics she is going to have in her quilt. I like it
I love how your blocks for Hadley turned out! I started pulling fabric and right now it's a mountain of scraps!
They are going to look very beautiful all together, but I'm with you. Too many little squares to cut and piece. Strip piecing for me!