I've been so busy with organising swaps, being involved in swaps, getting myself involved with a Christmas Fair and other nonsense, that I have failed to give you a glimpse of all 24 of my bee blocks together. I think they are gloriously wonderful, but they may not be to everyone's taste because I went all out in throwing an eclectic and bright assortment of fabrics together.
There is no rhyme nor reason to the layout of the blocks here. I just placed them upon my kitchen floor - prayed they would survive the trauma - and took a look at all of them together for the first time.
So while I continue to enjoy the delights of London could you proffer any opinions. Sashing or no sashing? If so, what on earth colour would you put between all of these? Sashing with cornerstones to balance it? How am I going to get these to go together? I was just so thrilled with the individual blocks that I never gave the next step another thought. Now I am flummoxed.
But I still love them, each and every individual block. A huge thank you to all my lovely bee buddies for letting me be a part of this wonderful group.
I really like it as it is! A riot of colour! JxoReplyDelete
Cute and awesome - I love it as is SusanReplyDelete
No Sashing, it's perfectly riotous as it is! Love it!ReplyDelete
Gloriously wonderful is right! No sashing needed. Love it!ReplyDelete
I don't think you need any sashing, it looks fabulous as it isReplyDelete
Well you know I like colliding colours and I think your random layout is just great!ReplyDelete
Superb!! No sashing required xReplyDelete
Looks fab the way it is :o)ReplyDelete
I've been waiting to see this!!! No sashing, it looks brilliant!!ReplyDelete
The blocks are fabulous! My only query would be to the 6 by 4 arrangement. Would it look more balanced if it was 5 by 5? What ever you decide, it is a great quilt!ReplyDelete
DOn't sash it an break it up - keep it as it is - it's fab!ReplyDelete
Nope, I don't think it needs any sashing eitherReplyDelete
no sashing for me either great as is !!ReplyDelete
What they all said!ReplyDelete
I like that layout...looks fab!ReplyDelete
I LOVE the colour and them all together. Just like everyone else lol! But, if you did want to sash it, I would go with a dark colour like Kona Charcoal which I think would be great with them, but I wouldn't do cornerstones I don't think.ReplyDelete
My first thought was no sashing, although it would be interesting to check Sarah's suggestion about Kona Charcoal.ReplyDelete
It's awesome! totally zingy. I think keep it as it is for this more crazy look, or add narrow white sashing for a more orderly refined look - it depends what you want! xReplyDelete
I think it is great just the way it is. What makes you think it needs anything?ReplyDelete
needs nothing IMO. Looks fab all bright and... oh zingy (good word ceri)!ReplyDelete