Thursday, June 17, 2010

One Flower Wednesday Blossoms Galore

Have you noticed that the month of June will have 5 Wednesdays? Here is a recount of the first 3.

Yesterday was Patchwork Day for our little group and we were extra lucky to have a workshop on fabric flowers. We managed to make one of everything required for a very pretty wallhanging. Now for more flowers, leaves and buds.

Then after watching MasterChef last night, I settled down for the Rugby League State of Origin with needle and thread in hand.

This red hexie flower is for the second Wednesday which I had to finish off on the Thursday.

My purple hexie had a slow start and was actually made on the Saturday but I'm counting it as my one flower for the first Wednesday of June.

While on a flower theme, this is my first Zygo plant to flower this season.

Don't forget this Friday Night is the night ... Friday Night Sew-In.
Will you be sewing?


clare's craftroom said...

Lucky you had lovely things to entertain you while the footy was on and the Blues were getting flogged !

The Patch Craft said...
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Joy said...

Seeing all the lovely hexie flowers around blogland has inspired me to get my hexie quilt out again ... one day I might even finish it LOL.
Love all your pretty flowers :o)!!!
Joy ;o)

Karen said...

Beautiful flowers Narelle! I LOVE the blue one.

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Sandra Henderson said...

Your flowers are so pretty! I love the fabrics you've used! sorry to take so long getting over to see you. I've not particapated the last two weeks, but look forward to THIS Wed.! :)
lovely blog you have...

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