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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Here is my One Flower Wednesday for  May 26th


Two are made from the beautiful pieces I recieved from Sandy , including the lovely fussy cut piece,  and one from mine.  I have decided to surrond them with the plain cream fabric, so may do some of the surronds next week 


My count today is now 23 Thanks to Sandy's gift also.
I think I may need to scatter some more dark ones in there?

Now - sewing my POTC's again.


30 comments:

Sandra Henderson said...

Very pretty! I like the way you show them separate and then all together. I will have to put all mine together at the end, because it really does show how they are adding up over these weeks. Nice fabrics!

Rita Martine said...

Your garden is growing nicely. What fun to see all the different beautiful fabrics. Makes me think of using some of my scraps to start doing one a week also. It's the least I can do, instead of obsessing solely on DJ, which I have been doing for the past two or three weeks.

Narelle said...

Wow, doesn't your top flower look striking against the cream!

quilting Jeannet said...

Your garden is growing fast, better than your wisteria.....so pitty...I like your quilt on the top of the header, very nice, a dresden plate pattern (?)

greetings, Jeannet

The Patch Craft said...

Joan your garden is growing. Keep up the good work. I have answered your email, hope this helps

aubirdwoman said...

your garden is growning. I like the cream looks like pebbles, maybe pop a green one in now and them to indicate weeds. Weeds are beautiful too.

Fiesta said...

lovely hexie flowers.

JoraDollfashion said...

Very nice flowers you made this week. And what a very sweet gift you got from Sandy!
It's a pleasure to see your garden grow...

Joke
www.jora.punt.nl

Wendy said...

I remember an old family heirloom quilt made by my great grandmother that used that pattern. Watching you build yours makes me envision her building hers. Thank you.

It's rumored that my mother has that quilt but that it's almost ruined. I plan on stealing it from her and trying to salvage something, even for a picture frame.

JustCindy said...

Very pretty! I like the way the color pops against the cream

Crispy said...

Oooo pretty flowers, they will be so lovely with the cream background. Are you done with your FM challenge so you can get the POTC done?

Crispy

Deanna said...

It is coming along nicely. Sometimes I think these slow projects turn out the most beautiful. They have a contemplative feeling even after they are finished.

nima said...

wow...lovely flowers...i cannot wait to try hexagons...

Marcia said...

23! You're amazing! I am strongly considering a cream fabric for a more traditional look, but I do love the ones I've seen with a green fabric.

Tineke said...

Your flowers are so beautiful, especially against the cream.
Yes I would make a few more dark ones if I were you.

I LOVE LOVE LOVE the quilt in your header!

Tineke

Sue said...

Oh so pretty! Love all the fabrics in the picture of them all together!
So beautiful!!

Theresa said...

They're all pretty Joan but I love that one at the top. Are you doing the 1" size?

Karen said...

Pretty flowers and how nice of Sandy. Love the idea of cream to surround the flowers.

jilly said...

Wow Joan, I was able to enlarge your photo and I am just amazed at the beautiful and unusual prints you are using. Your garden is growing oh so beautifully.

Blessings,
Jilly

Mitt lille rosa syrom said...

Hi Joan! Your garden is coming along nicely :-)
best wishes from Berit

Saskia said...

Lovely flowers. And I like how the blend together. It will be a pretty garden.

Joanne said...

Very pretty! I think the cream will be a great addition.

Rena said...

I love your hexagons , they`re so lovely

Rena

Sue-Anne said...

Love your new hexies Joan. The garden is really starting to grow now.

Sheila said...

You have made great progress and your flowers are delightful , like the cream color between the flowers.
See you enxt week.
Sheila

Ivory Spring said...

Oh wow, these are just too pretty, Joan.

Jenny said...

Those are looking lovely, I'm doing some flowers too.

Terry said...

Hi glad you got the sign in list to work. Hope for me next week.

i like your flowers. Nice parcel as well.

Happy Stitching Terry

Marieke (www.tuinliefde.punt.nl) said...

Beautiful colours, you have for your flower garden! Some darker ones could be great, but is not necessary. And the cream fabrics brings it out!

marion said...

THank you for your friendly comment on my blog. Your 'garden' looks like spring. Lovely.