Thursday, 5 September 2013

Stripping Again

Oh dear, I hope I haven't attracted any unwanted readers with a blog post title like this!  There most certainly won't be any public removal of clothing on this page, so if that's what you're after you best look elsewhere ;-)
 
What I'm actually referring to is my Bee Strip for The Strip Bees. A few weeks ago I received a gorgeous strip from the lovely Amy.  The idea is that there's six of us in the bee, we each make a strip, then send it on to the next person so that they can add a strip.  And so it goes, until a whole quilt top is eventually returned to each person.  A round Robin if you will. 

I can't show you a full picture of my latest strip, as it's meant to be a surprise for Amy.  But I can show you a few sneak peeks. 


Without revealing too much, what I will say is I took some inspiration from Lucie Summers new book 'Quilt Improv' which is now available on Amazon.  An excellent read and great value I might add!


I had such fun with this strip.  This is the first bee I've joined, and it really has encouraged me to try new things; different techniques, play with colour, and really think and work out of my comfort zone.  If you've not joined a bee before, then I can highly recommend it because apart from all of those things, you get to meet some lovely people! 

I'm linking up today on the page of a very lovely friend, Liz of Dandelion  Daydreams.

Liz of Dandelion Daydreams

If you haven't met Liz already then I suggest you hop over to her blog and take a look around.  She is super talented and I had the pleasure of meeting her in person at FQR and she is even more lovely than you can imagine.  Get yourself over there and of course check out some of the other fabulous blogs taking part in the link up :-)

Maybush Studio

Thank you for stopping by,

Sarah x



 

11 comments:

  1. It looks great from that peek. It's going to be exciting to see these quilts grow!

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  2. That looks great. I get your quilt top next, must get thinking.

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  3. Ha ha you are going to have fun looking at your blog stats for what people searched for to get to your page! This looks like a v fun project. Can't wait for the big reveal!

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  4. Wow, the strip looks fabulous :-)

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  5. Great colours, very summery. You're teasing us - very excited to see the finished quilt.

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  6. Those fabrics look great. Thanks for sharing. Marie (mlismore@optusnet.com.au)

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  7. These sneak peaks are very tantalising, and the bee is such good fun!

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  8. Hi Sarah, eek, soooo excited!! I'm trying to picture the strip in my mind..what I can see looks super fab....those circular peep holes, yay! I think I'm definitely going to be inspired when I get mine back. About to post about my last one so can link to this too, happy days :)

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  9. Oh, I do love your colour choices, Sarah - round 3 is very exciting :)

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  10. I have just downloaded iStripper, and now I can watch the best virtual strippers on my desktop.

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