Sunday, July 15, 2012

The Adventures of Harrington and Hannah July Block

Did you know that honey bee's are disappearing because of problems in the environment? Without bee's, so much of our food will not grow. Mother nature created a beautiful design for for things to work together and when we humans do things to destroy that design, it can affect the future and the lives of those we love.

So, in honor of the bee's who's hard work bring us a bounty of food, Harrington and Hannah want you to remember that "You should always bee sweet to your honey."


We also want to send a huge thank you to everyone that grows organic vegetables as we truly enjoy eating them.  We are willing to pay a little extra money for a bounty that blesses the earth and doesn't promote destruction.


Hop over to our SHOP to get this month's pattern. If you are just joining us, we have National Nonwoves wool, Valdani 3 strand floss and fabric kits available.

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Happy Stitching!
xx,
Michelle, Harrington and Hannah

17 comments:

shez said...

lovely block Shell and we try to grow all our own vegs,not much in at the moment though it has been too cold.xx

Fiona said...

thanks Michelle... another lovely block...
Hugz

speedyrabbit said...

I never hurt bees because of the good job they do I have wild bees that nest in my garden every year and liove to see them because I know I doing things right for them.Wasp onthe other hand can't abide them they always come over and sting you foe the shear hell of it

Crafty Green Poet said...

bunnies and bees, so lovely together!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh Harrington and Hannah, HERE HERE! I agree with your two bunnies and your momma. Bees are so important and if they are threatened, there goes our crunchy goodies for our lively hood. I LOVE YOUR DESIGNS and I love your motto: BEE SWEET TO YOUR HONEY! So darling.....Michelle my sweet, thank you for hopping on by with the bunnies. I can see you riding them like on a horse!!!!! I just may draw that image in my mind!!!!!!!

LOVE TO YOU ALL, Anita

Karen ~ Briarside Lane said...

Just KNEW it was a skep from your "sneaky peaky" on Friday... and with a little heart door. So cute, Michelle!

Hillbilly Tonya said...

This block is so cute. Love to see the bunnies playing in the garden! Only Harrington better be careful. He's gonna get a sting on his cute little nose.

paulette said...

How ADORABLE!! Thanks for sharing!!
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Allie said...

How sweet is that! And I just came from Sugarlane Quilts blog, where she was out feeding the bees....Shell, I just love this block, thank you so much!

Loris said...

Thank you :-)

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Shell,

Love your sweet bunnies, bees and the hive block, so adorable. We do need to plant flowers that will attract the bees in our garden.
I always try and buy organic fruit and vegetables when I can.

Hope you are enjoying your Sunday and wishing you a great week ahead.
Hugs
Carolyn

Elly D said...

Oh so very cute!! Thank you Michelle for another great block! :) Bunnyhugs Ellyx

Carrie P. said...

really cute. still behind but did a little stitching yesterday on the basket block.

Hef's Mom said...

I may be allergic, but I try just to shoo away whenever possible. Little Bandit on the other hand can be accused of trying to eat them! I fear the day she catches one.
Shell, I love your blocks, such cute ideas.

Christina said...

I love watching the bees at work. I have some very chubby bumblers at work in my garden everyday.

Raewyn said...

Another lovely block - thank you Michelle!

Melody said...

Every block is adorable and the entire project is divine. Thank you so much.