visiting your blog and seeing the beautiful quilt in your header makes me happy. Absolutely gorgeous. The flowerquilt is also striking. I do recognise your change of colourtaste, but hey, this is a really nice combination of colours, hope you will finish it and that we see more of it.
First eggs and feathers completed. Small pleasures but events to celebrate.I like the hexagons even if you wouldn't choose the same colors. Enjoy the time and stitch when you can.Hugs Terry
Always nice to see your beautiful flowers! You are coming along nicely:)Do you use inklingo to sew yours together? I've been thinking about giving it a try.
Soooo did you eat the egg or are you working on increasing the flock?Crispy
First egg how exciting!The feathers are so beautifully done and well designed, I love how the lady incorporated so well!
One day at a time, and if that doesn't work, one hour at a time!First eggs, how nice! The machine quilting is fabulous! Hugs and wishes for a good Wednesday!
My children keep trying to talk me into chickens. You make it look fun.
It's beautiful. I'm glad you are going to continue to be a part of the group.
I like those flowers -- you could always turn it into a small table topper if you really don't like the fabrics/colours anymore.
Maybe these colours can become a challenge?
How exciting! And lovely quilting.
YEAH! EGGS!!! GREAT NEWS!!! :)(You see I have my priorites in order~love my chooks!)This is the first photo I've seen of Andrea. She is SO BEAUTIFUL!!!! Lovely flower garden and feather... XO
You are so right about how our tastes change. Those neons i used to covet have no place in my stash today!
That is a wonderful GFG, you must finish it!
Your machine quilting with the feather pattern looks gorgeous!! Machine quilting is one of the thing on my to do list during this summer, but it is really hard for me. And your garden is growing very nicely with pretty flowers :)
Your hexi's, Yes our taste changes, I pulled mine out from years ago and sort of cringed. Then realized if I started from scratch again, I'd be in the same boat 3-4 years from now, so I'm pushing on. I pulled in red as my connector color and that has helped keep me motivated.
I love your garden, Joan, and I can't wait seeing it grow ;>)XOXOXOXOXOXOXONADINE
I love your flowers :-) The colours are great !
It's a lovely combination of colours Joan - good luck with making some more progress on it :)
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