Worse yet, I didn't finish them because of my own numptiness. I had to send to my August mama and ask for more fabric in one of the bees because I didn't check what the iron was set on and (whisper) I scorched a piece of the fabric. I feel so stupid! Either way you look at, I failed. Sob!
So there you have it, two sets of bee blocks - almost. We have retro flowers for Katy, Miss August in the Brit Bee Round Two.
I shall slink off into my corner now.
lovely blocks! never mind the iron incident ;-)ReplyDelete
We're all guilty of that mistake I think!ReplyDelete
Oh dear! Time gets away with all of us I think, especially when we are out of routine. Whatever you do, don't ready my blog tonight then-I have been exceptionally prompt!!ReplyDelete
Oops! The rest of them look great though!ReplyDelete
Your blocks look great....even the almost block.ReplyDelete
The more Grannies I see the more I want to make them. The blocks look great!ReplyDelete
There is always September. I am ok with the iron usually, the problem is for my husband afterward - who used it for his clothes (I only use for fabric)ReplyDelete
Oh those Olives and reds in the Granny block are superb. Really lovely, file to my memory for good combo :)ReplyDelete
They are lovely though - the colours you used for the granny blocks are gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Come out of the corner silly billy! I'm quite sure someone as lovely as you will be forgiven very swiftly. Happens so easily with the iron.ReplyDelete
With a public admission like that, what you hiding for? You're not the first and you won't be the last I'm sure! All the blocks look fabulous!ReplyDelete
Is this one of those times when it is okay to laugh at you ?ReplyDelete
Oh dear! The grannies are lovely and your curves are great.ReplyDelete
You and me both and I still have some to do!ReplyDelete
August just happened too quick!
Don't feel too bad. I'm two months behind on mine! Well, almost. I actually caught up, but only a couple nights ago. I still haven't told anyone or taken a single picture.ReplyDelete
Sh*t happens. They all look fab to me :-)ReplyDelete
Don't worry. We have all been there…it is so annoying though! Di xReplyDelete
Buggervabout the iron but the blocks look great!ReplyDelete
I love my grannies, they are a total success. And everyone burns a fabric once in a while, although it feels bad when it is someone else's fabric. I stained bee fabric with my iron in July, maybe we have similar irons?ReplyDelete
You are the weakest link, goodbye... ;o)ReplyDelete
PS, fabric went postal yesterday...
No slinking! No slinking! You tried your best and made three GORGEOUS blocks. Number 4 will come soon enough. I'm with Leanne...it happens some times. Don't fret.ReplyDelete