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Thursday, May 6, 2010

One Flower Wednesdays

Just before I dash off to work this Thursday morning ... I made this flower yesterday but my internet was too slow to upload the pic last night.





When I set out to make a hexagon project, I bought a pack of 500 X 2 1/5" squares. Each fabric has 4 squares so I've been pairing them up for two tone flowers. Of course I have one hexagon of each fabric left over, so I'm thinking I might add them around the border somehow ... but that's a long long way off.


There are so many new gardeners I haven't had a chance to visit everyone yet but I'm slowly making my way around blogland and having a wonderful time. Thankyou for visiting me also.


Happy Hexing

10 comments:

Cathi said...

Lovely flower!! You could sort of have blossoms dotted about in your border with that extra hexagon. :-)

Jan said...

Narelle, your flower is so pretty! I love the two tone. Great idea of what to do with your extra petals. :)

Melissa said...

I am a new gardner and enjoying every minute of looking at everyone's lovely flowers! I like the two tone effect!

Jeanette said...

Hi Narelle,
love the colours you used in the hexie. Hugs, Jeanette

Karen said...

I love the two tone petals Narelle. Beautiful!!!

marina said...

I admire your hexies. I have never done them before. It is so tempting to try them.

Fiesta said...

Beautiful flowers

Daniƫlle said...

What a gorgeous flower!! Love your Bailey's container hihi, love the contents too and the thing that used to be in there hihi!! happy sewing and till Wednesday next! Daniƫlle

Sandra Henderson said...

Such a HAPPY flower! So glad to have met you because of One Flower Wednesdays! I think your idea is great for storing the flower petals! so clever!

Joan said...

Now I like that hexagon - the dark center looks grea. Your garden grows :) Hope you had a wonderful Mothers day too

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