Wednesday, December 15, 2010

A bunch of flowers

I have started sewing the flowers together for my 2" flower garden. They will be randomly sewn as each one is very individual. I was not sure whether to put a plain row around each one. What do you think?

This beautiful and funky hexie arrived from Denmark yesterday. Thank you Hanne W. Hanne also slipped in a sheet with pre-printed hexagons.Tak dig.


At last I have finished the teachers quilt for 2010. Very modern, very male, QAYG style, very naive sewing style using the Gee Bend fabrics I purchased from Z and S Fabrics earlier this year.


11 comments:

  1. Your hexies look lovely together. Nice hexie you received from Hanne.

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  2. Doreen , Houston, MNDecember 15, 2010 at 8:48 AM

    Looks like your flowers would be 'set off' better with some type of "flower path" (solid?). They're gorgeous! Will be beautiful!!

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  3. Wonderful quilt! Congratulations on completing it.

    I really like all of your hexie flowers. I think putting a plain row around each will make the flowers really pop.

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  4. I'm a hexagon lover....and I like them just the way you have them...however with fabric between ....then each one stands out more....so it will be what you like the best. I think those swap blocks are great fun.

    Smiles,
    Kelly

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  5. Wow, lucky teacher, it's a fabulous present. I love your eclectic hexie collection and think they look great just as they are.

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  6. I like them the way they are in the photo. Looks very cozy and old-fashioned. I like it!

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  7. Your hexies are lovely and I like them the way they are now, but as already mentioned, they will pop more up, if you add a plain round. Or you could try just to add a plain hexagon here and there. Difficult to explain, but I tried to lay out my hexies leaving room for adding just one hexagon. This also makes the flowers pop up.
    Have fun and a Merry Christmas.

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  8. I love them all. I would put something between them to better showcase thier uniqueness and charm. <3

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  9. I love the look of the flowers just joined together, such a beautiful bunch! I have yet to make something from my Gee's Bend fabric, I like what you made.

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  10. Love them all, so unique, I also would put a border around them.

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