I have sent 2 squares of the Kona Coal + 1.5 and 2" strips to each of you. You only need to make one block, but I added the extra center square just in case. I also included about 12-13 small precut print fabric squares. This should get you started, save you a little cutting, and help out if you don't have many scraps. I think it's fun to get to add a little of my own fabric when making bee blocks, so I hope you do too. If this is difficult for anyone, please let me know and I will send you more. I already have quite a few cut, so it won't be a problem at all.
It should be a fun way to use up some tiny scraps and result in a nice, scrappy quilt. I only ask that you do not use batiks (sorry, if you love them, but I really don't care for them).
The instructions are here, and I found them very easy to follow. And there is no rush at all. I'll be collecting these blocks from the Nittany bee group in August, so please feel free to take your time.
Hope everyone has fun!