Sunday, July 6, 2014

Slow stitching Sunday....

Are you sick of this project yet? I have my two sections together and added a row of colored flowers this week. I know - there are two greens together but they are staying.

I just prepped a bunch of hexagons Saturday afternoon and drew my lines so I have plenty of hand work today making pretty flowers. I see another row of color on the top and some white flowers on the top and bottom. I'll call the hexagon flower part of this project done at that point. I think a small multi color inner border and then white for a hand stitched cable in a pretty variegated thread...... Then again... who knows what the quilt will decide once I get to that point. They do tend to have a mind of their own.


Head on over to Kathy's Quilts and see what other slow stitching is being worked on today.

12 comments:

  1. Deb, How could I be tired of a project with such fun colors to look at... love how you are designing with those fun pops of color too! Great work! Enjoy your slow stitching... I have to unstitch before I mark and restitch today... we will see how that goes! lol I may just hand piece a hexi star flower and be done with it all! ha :) Kathi

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  2. There is no way, no how that I'll be sick of your hexie project ... I love hexies! And your hexie project is just plain adorable!

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  3. absolutely not sick of it, nope! It's lovely, and it's summer and you are growing a lovely garden : )

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  4. Lookin' good - the white fabric just makes everything pop!

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  5. What a lovely garden you are making!

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  6. Definitely not sick of your project! I have not jumped on the hexagon bandwagon myself, but I sure admire everyone else's. Visiting from Slow Sunday Stitching.

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  7. No! Who would get tired of looking at beautiful flowers? It is coming along nicely and I think it will agree with your plan. Happy sewing

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  8. I love the bright colours of the flowers. I'm curious to see what your quilt decides.

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  9. This is a cheerful project and hexies flowers just make me smile. I am amazed at how much you get done.

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  10. No, not sick. I sit in the garden and enjoy the same flowers every day...same with your hexies every week! How cheery.

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  11. So pretty! It's amazing how the ideas just come as you're working on the project so that when you get to the next step, you know what you're doing!
    Thanks for linking up!

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  12. this is a lovely hexie project--the colors are so clear..love it hugs, Julierose

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