Bee-utiful QAL {Block 18 – Bee Bountiful}


NOTE: This quilt-a-long has wrapped up. If you are looking for the full set of embroidery patterns and quilt assembly instructions, please visit the final post {here}.

Hello quilty friends! Back again with block 18, which features one of my very favorite things – barns!


I really love barns. We’ve got the farm, but sadly, we don’t have a barn. Maybe someday, though! For now, I’ll just have to dream. The barn of my dreams is complete with an old-timey rooster weather vane, a big-old field full of corn (we’ve got the field, now if we could just get it planted), and of course, a barn quilt!

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To download the PDF for block 18, click {here}. And don’t forget to share your bee-utiful barns on social media! Use the hashtags #beeutifulQAL, #beebountiful, and #summersewingcamp. I’ll be back tomorrow with block 19 — our next to last block! Until then, happy stitching!


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Pamela Morgan

Pamela Morgan

Mom to three rowdy boys and one princess, wife to one hot hunk of man-meat, binge-watcher of Netflix, and Diet Dew addict.
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3 comments on “Bee-utiful QAL {Block 18 – Bee Bountiful}

  1. Robin says:

    This may just be my new favourite one now ha! Love barn quilts. Thanks for another wonderful block!

  2. Dolores Ingraham says:

    I love all the blocks but this is the icing on the cake.

  3. Karen says:

    I’ve been collecting your patterns but haven’t yet begun stitching them. Have a BIG question … when does one use backstitch and when outline stitch? Are there reasons for using 1 or the other? I’m not a fan of backstitch as can’t seem to get as nice a straight line when I use it. Also, assume the same number of threads used for each?


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