Good & Done!

Little did I know what a wonderful adventure was in store when I began writing BuzzinBumble on June 28th, 2014.   Becoming a blogger has certainly been interesting and fun, but it's the people I've met along the way who have made it a truly wonderful and rewarding experience!   

On this page I have gathered all the posts for completed projects.  It will help make things easier to find and it also gives me an idea of where I would like to head next.  I hope you will have some fun exploring BuzzinBumble ~ Just click on a pic to go to the original post and don't forget to say "Hello!"

Wild Quilting - Christina Cameli's Craftsy Class Review

Midnight Mystery Quilt Top

Be My Valentine Mug Rug

Charly & Wibur Mini Quilt for Ruth

Starfish Pincushion

My very first quilt - A One Block Wonder

Little Totoro Appliqued Baby Quilt
Modern Mermaids Thread Catcher

Serenity Now!

Ric-Rac Border Pattern & Tutorial

Quick Quilt in an Afternoon

Strange Magic - H2H 2015
Scrappy Vintage Simply Striped Pillow

Little Trip in Flannel Baby Quilt
Goldfish Bowl Pocketbook
Miniature Delectable Mountains Border
Miniature Delectable Mountains Paper Piecing Patterns

Snowalong Snowflake Table Runner
Shotgun Wedding Quilt
Vintage Wreath Table Topper or Placemat

Chocolate Chip Cookie Coasters
A Quilt for a Hero

Definitely Not De-Kaffe!
Carolina Byways Miniature Quilt
Lil' Twister Quilt - Done Up Big
The Littlest Lone Star
Channeling My Inner Hippie


  1. I can't find an email for you
    but, I purchased your book. followed the directions , exactly. made a test applique. then rinsed it in cold water
    It is already fraying??? i can send pictures
    please advise--- is there something else??

    1. Hi babiesdoc, you can email me at buzzinbumbleb at gmail. You might not know, but your comment came in as "no-reply" so I have no way to contact you. I thought I found the right person on Flickr, Pinterest, and Facebook and sent her messages. LOL - I hope that really was you! I want to help you figure out what is going on with your applique' because it shouldn't be fraying like that. I hope you will check back here on this post so you will see that I'm not ignoring you.