Wednesday, July 28, 2010

One Flower Wednesday

I have one new flower to show this week.  Pretty in pink with little dog bones.
all done
The pink one is the only flower I have finished this week, but I also got several new sets of hexagons basted and ready to sew:
all ready to go
(I really need to get some more yellow centers ready)
For now, I have them stacked neatly in an eyeglass case.
all ready to travel
The “One Flower Wednesday” group has really helped get me re-motivated to work on this project.  My original goal was a table runner that needed 29 flowers to complete.  I’ve made 30 flowers now, and want to keep going.  I need to find a bigger table…..

16 comments:

  1. It's a cute flower and before you know it, it will get some little brothers and sisters ;-))

    Greetings
    Ines

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  2. this is going to be a beautiful quilt! now that you are on a roll don't stop. I picked one up on at our thift shop and just marvel at the construction. it all starts with one block and then another.
    I really like the different options for setting these together. have you seen the one were they use small triangles.

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  3. very pretty flower. Like the fabrics. Great idea to stack them in a eyeglass case!

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  4. That's the idea. If you want to keep going, just find a bigger table for it. I like that. Lane

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  5. Yes they are addictive arn't they. maybe your one will become a lap quilt or a bed quilt enjoy the journey!

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  6. Beautiful pink flower. I know the feeling of keep going on with the hexagons.
    And why not make lots of more, as long as it makes you happy.

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  7. This sure looks great! So colourful. Makes me happy :-)

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  8. Your flower looks great, and I'm sure: next week you got more flowers to show!!!

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  9. A very cue flower and with all those basted and ready to sew you will have a bigger garden in no time.

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  10. Your flower is lovely. Yes they are addictive, you just can't stop once you started.

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  11. They are so cute!! and so tiny... Oh, Well done, it will be a lovely garden, indeed!

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  12. The eyeglass case is an excellent idea!!

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  13. THe fabrics you use are so... funny (don't know if this is the right way to say things) I think I ment cheerfull.
    Have a nice day.

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  14. Love your choice of fabrics. What size are your hexies? They look pretty small.

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