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Spelling Bee Sew Along



I have been having sew much fun sewing along with


Today is my turn to show you small x


The spelling bee blocks are so simple... 


I love sewing them...


Could these small "x" blocks be any cuter....


I loved these small "x" blocks so much that I 
combined them with my small "o" blocks...


 I made 5 small "x" blocks and 4 small "o" blocks...


combined with a scrappy border I was able to 
finish a small baby quilt...


The quilting pattern of small pebbles and paisley finished this quilt...Connie Atkisson always makes my quilts perfect!


Now to see who gets this baby quilt...


Of course, when it comes to my binding I always use 
Binding Babies from


The Spelling Bee Book is a must have book 
in your quilting library!!!


Now to get busy on my other blocks!

Happy Sewing!

Jina xoxo

                       
There are 40 quilting bloggers joining Fat Quarter Shop each week, 2 of the 40 bloggers will be sharing their Spelling Bee blocks with you! Be sure to visit the list of bloggers below for details on what they did with their Spelling Bee blocks! And check out #SpellingBeeSaturday on Instagram to keep up with the fun!

Spelling Bee Sew Along


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