Here are all the materials/tips sheets that I compiled while working on the Bee Happy quilt, designed by Lori Holt.
She sets us up with a couple of weeks of advice and pre-construction: Information, Intro to her Guide, several different blocks, and finally, Week One. She lists the weeks one by one in the sidebar of her blog. I used her photos, her measurements, but all these do is straighten them out a bit so you can find the information easily.
Last note: I don’t use her method of appliqué, with sewing it to non-woven background. I use the traditional needle-turn method as I didn’t like the bulk.
On Week Nine, I just couldn’t face doing the pin cushion, so I substituted in the zinnia block; the handout has the pattern.
I am about to start finishing up the quilt with the three borders: inner, then the middle hexie/honeycomb border, and then the outer border, but I did make a worksheet to get me organized and started. Most of the instructions are on Lori Holt’s blog Week Eleven, because — as usual — what I’ve done here is only to be a help in making the Bee Happy quilt, and my intention is not to steal or replace all her hard work.