Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Four new Flowers for Wednesday

I ran out of finished flowers last week, so here are four brand new ones, complete with the white background hexies. Now I only have to sew five more, and then I´ll lay them all out and look if I have enough. I started cutting out lavender diamonds and little triangles, because the next step is sewing on the "path" between the flowers. (and pressing all the flowers, which is the not so favorite part) ;-)

17 comments:

Tineke said...

bin sehr gespannt auf dem Endergbenis Steffi.

GRANNY'S HOUSE said...

They are georgous and I love the colors.

Fiesta said...

Great flowers. I love the bright colors.

Jackie said...

They are beautiful!!

JustCindy said...

They are beautiful! I can't wait to see your quilt put together.

Ceamz said...

I can't wait to see your quilt put together. The color choice is beautiful!

Chartreuse Moose said...

I adore this quilt in shades of lavender! Hope to sort my stash and see if I have enough to adventure into a similar quilt! Wonderful! Thank you for the blog!

Cybele's patch said...

The flowers are lovely. Like the soft lavender colours.

marion said...

Can't wait to see the result. ;-)

Martha said...

More wonderful lavender blocks -- I've never made a Grandmother's Flower Garden with a diamond path, so I'm really interested to see your progress. Of course, since you can sew a 1/4" hexagon, these diamonds will be a piece of cake!

Sheila said...

Such a gorgeous lavender garden !

Sue said...

Just beautiful. One of these days I need to start adding the third round to mine:)

Saskia said...

Such beautiful flowers. I like all the different creations we all are making.

Simone de Klerk said...

Great flowers! I love how you used the yellow hearts!

Theresa said...

Wow you did a lot of sewing this week :D

RETRO-fabulous said...

Your purples are wonderful!! You've been sew busy----great progress, wish I could say the same for my poor hexi project. LOL. One of these days...
Happy Quilting,
Heather

Karen said...

Lovely! And, pressing anything hand pieced is not my favorite part either.