I have three small finishes in the last couple of weeks - all bee blocks.
This is my Scrappy? Sew be it! block for my Bee mate Jeanne who blogs at Grey Cat Quilts she has designed a fab quilt. All the blocks are different and you can see them in the flickr group.
This is my July Star of Africa block for the lovely Patti who blogs at Retired to Quilt. In the Star of Africa we are an international bee and each month we are going to make a block related to our country with modifications decided by the Queen Bee of that month. Back in June, in a burst of enthusiasm and naivety I suggested I make a Jubilee block with Tower Bridge and lots of boats. This turned out to be much more challenging than I expected and I'm sorry to say it didn't turn out as well as I'd hoped.
If you've tried something new week, why not go and link up too?
I'm also going to link May's block to the Colour My World Challenge with M-R at Quilt Matters whose Colour My World challenge colour last month was pink.
Leaving aside things that are lying untouched for weeks, I currently have in progress my Brit Quilt Swap mini. I had hoped to get this started ages ago or at least get it to a photogenic stage today but at least I've got it started and I'll post some progress pictures soon.
Happy Olympic watching and Happy Sewing!