Finished 4×5 Bee Blocks

Onward!  4×5 Bee Blocks, done!  This has been a very hexagon filled bee quarter for us, hah!  Aside from working on bee blocks, I’ve been trying to rearrange the website a little bit.  I added a Google Friend Connect button, share buttons, updated my Twitter, and hopefully figured out my RSS feeds.  I’m a little behind on social networking it seems, hah.  I’m also trying to work out adding all color variations of our bee blocks to one page.  Still working on that, tehehe.

I also want to say a huge heartfelt THANK YOU to everyone who has emailed and commented!  I am so happy people are interested in tutorials for the blocks, or just want to chat!  I try to reply as quickly as I can, but Little Mister also wants to “reply” (and subsequently deletes some emails, ack!)so it might take a bit longer for me to get back to you!  Again, thank you, I appreciate every comment! 

I should also explain the “us” that pops up in my blog posts.  (Us, Me, We, I….not really one for consistency am I? …there it is again!)  I consider The Parfait Cafe to be a collaboration between myself and Mr. Parfait.  We work as a team (Team Parfait!  I need to make shirts…) and share roles when it comes to designing, creating, sewing, color/fabric choice, and more.  We’ve been doing this on and off for 11 years, and we have definitely figured out our rhythm and what works the best for us (or so I think, haha).  That’s not to say we don’t have crazy “Artistic Spats” sometimes, and it is hard sometimes because we are both so bull headed (sorry honey, hehe).  But we have a lot of fun together, and we are thankful to have an outlet like The Parfait Cafe (I’ll explain the name sometime soon) that we can share our projects and designs! 

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12 Responses to “Finished 4×5 Bee Blocks”

  1. Nancy says:

    These blocks are awesome too. Seeing these and the others, I subscribed to your blog right away. Love your colors and clever blocks. I can’t wait to learn how to do them. Thanks again.

  2. Have I told you that I’m totally smitten with your blocks??? Well I AM! I want to do each and every one. They are amazing! Is it possible that you could email me, please? I have another question for you. Thanks!

  3. Kirie says:

    Those are really cool! But they all look so perfect. Wish I could sew with such precision. And a tute on those would be great.

  4. 1quiltsavygirl says:

    Is there a tutorial on this pattern. I cannot find it and I would love to try this!!!!

  5. Margot says:

    Hello, these blocks are beautiful. I would like an explanation of how.
    Thank you.

  6. Laurie says:

    I’ve been bouncing around your blog and I have to say, these are some of the prettiest blocks I’ve seen in a long time. Especially this one (Hexagon Ring 4×5 Bee block). Do you have tutorals on this fabulous little creations? I’d love to try them… All of them! (it too hard to pick a favorite, they’re all so unique and intersting)
    Thanks for sharing and keep inspiring us!! :-)

  7. adriana cobos says:

    Me encanto la combinacion de colores y la estructura de este block en especial.
    Felicitaciones1

  8. GeeGee says:

    I love your blog and have enjoyed viewing all your wonderful blocks. Is there a tutorial available for the hexagon ring. I really love it and it would fit right in with a sampler I am making. Thanks.

  9. Naomi Vela says:

    I’m still in awe of these blocks.

    Have been popping in from time to time to see if you’re back blogging yet, but sadly you’re still having a hiatius.

    Hope you make it back one day soon.

    Hugs to all the Parfaits
    Naomi

  10. Paula b. says:

    I would love to see tutorials and patterns of your quilt block! Come back and see us!

  11. I just wondered if caserole plastic has the same issue with this. Is there any chance to bypass this problem? Thanks.

  12. Dorathea says:

    Would love to see a tutorial on this block. It is fabulous.

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