My quilting thoughts and inspirations sprinkled with a glimpse of life down on the farm

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Five Flower Wednesday

Because these are nice and tiny, I managed to complete 5 hexie-flowers this morning. Here they are "lined up" with others done previously.... I think they are kinda cute.
I have enough of my 'pretty hexies' now to make them up into their planned project...hopefully this time next week I'll be able to show you what that will be.
I have also been doing some of the larger ones.. below is one I was sewing the other day... and my faux pas of the week!! Oops!!

Something else finished in my garden this week has been the first month of Lynette Anderson's "My Garden"... I am using her range of fabrics and they are so lovely!! (See the button at the side of this page for more details on this project)

And maybe I should have trimmed the edges and re-pressed  it before showing a photo of it to the world!!
That's it for now, thank you for visiting, and happy stitching everyone!!

27 comments:

Jeanette said...

Your hexies look lovely all lined up together. pretty fabrics you've used.

Karen said...

I love your tiny flowers and how you displayed them. Funny faux pas! Sweet stitchery.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Raewyn your hexies are fantastic....

Marianne & Marie-José said...

I like your flowers very much, lovely colors! Greetings Marianne

GRANNY'S HOUSE said...

What a lovely flowers you made and I do also love the block of Lynette Anderson.

Greetings
Ines

Tineke said...

Your flowers are beautiful - amazing....5 flowers in a single morning!

Your stitchery is just gorgeous, no matter how you finish it (or not)

Farm Girl said...

Your flowers are so pretty. Love your start to Lynette's Garden project, those fabrics are great.

Dolly Cloth said...

Beautiful flowers .

Saskia said...

what pretty flowers. I love the pastel fabrics. Lovely. And I'm in love with the flower button. So cute!
Greetings
Saskia

Leeanne said...

You 'kinda' think your mini hexes are cute? YES they are sooo cute.Your photography is good, no side ways photo's!How many calves do you have now?

Sue said...

I LOVE how you displayed your hexies and you are doing well to get that many done. One is all I finished this week.
I love that stitchery. So beautiful!!

Angelika said...

so cute :-)

Cybele's patch said...

Your flowers are beautiful! Your new garden project looks so sweet.

Daniëlle said...

Love your flowers, fabrics are gorgeous!! Must definitely start with my garden stitchery hihi! Happy sewing, hugs, Daniëlle

pajudie said...

Love your hexies - they sure are cute. And love your blog header :o)
Judie

Marion B. said...

So cute, can't wait to see the planned project :-)

Maria said...

Your hexie flowers are gorgeous. You are so prcise with your stitching.

Char said...

I love the "My Garden", great work.

I have quite a few hexies made also,but have no idea what I will do with them.

Leanne said...

oh I fell in love with the stitchery - emailed shop fingers & toes they have one more place for me.
The buttons are to die for - thanks for sharing as I had never seen them before.

Love Leanne

Marieke said...

I will 'tune in' next week to see the project! Wonder what it is, you made with these fine fabrics! And 'My garden' is gorgeous!

Sandra Henderson said...

Very pretty! Such a happy, summery wreath of flowers!

Vickie said...

Hi Raewyn! Your mini flowers are so pretty!!! I love, love, love the fabrics! The colors are awesome! Your stitchery/applique is so cute! I like Lynette Anderson; I have her Scandinavia Christmas patterns. Your bigger flower is pretty, too.

Simone de Klerk said...

Lovely flowers, great fabrics!!!
And I see you are working on the BOM My Garden too. Isn't it just gorgeous! You did a lovely job on the appliqué.

Vivian said...

Pretty, pretty pastel flowers. They look a lot neater than mine. Since you know what project you're making, I'm wondering if I'm silly for just making mine, not having a project planned. I just like creating my little flowers, and hopefully I'll know when I have enough.

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

I love your flowers---one of these days---I am gonna have me one of those flower gardens!!!!!
Hugs, Di

merumo said...

Very nice soft floral fabric flowers!! Yummy!!

Rose Marie said...

Your oopsie .... yep ... done that too with some of my hexies. :o)