Monday, June 29, 2009

This weekend...

...I spent some quality time with Granny's Flower Garden, which I haven't touched since September (thanks for the inspiration Jodi!)
Grandmother's Flower Garden
and the June A Tisket A Tasket block, which clearly will not be completed by the end of June.
A Tisket A Tasket - June
This week the painters are coming to paint the outside of our house. I'll have to stay in and sew, I suppose. Darn.

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26 comments:

  1. At least the weather is good this week?

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  2. Oh my gosh, your flower garden is gorgeous! Keep working on it!

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  3. I am in love with your flower garden. You are giving me ideas of what to do with all my Rainbow Jane scraps.

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  4. my heart jumped a bit when that picture came up. i do love that!!! i may need to venture into the hexagon world!

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  5. I love the bright colors of your GFG quilt. And with the white they really pop. Lovely!

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  6. It's beautiful and I love the colors!

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  7. I love the bright colors of both quilts!

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  8. You quilt looks so Great!! I'm super duper wimpy. I wish I could try a hexagon quilt. Looks WAY to hard. But boy the results are fantastic!!

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  9. Your flower garden is stunning. So vibrant and pretty!!
    Andi :-)

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  10. Oh my, my, my, my, my!!! I am just swooning over your hexagon quilt!! I love it! Even though I am working on a 30's version, I may just have to do another in the brights like yours. Just too gorgeous!

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  11. Your flower garden quilt really sparkles!! Love how you ave given a timeless quilt design a more modern twist!

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  12. It's gorgeous! I can't wait to see it finished!

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  13. Goodness Anina,..you do such great color work...that quilt it to die for....wonderful!

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  14. i like the black backgrounds... gives it a great contrast... and how many hexes did you make to get the quilt that big? i started one once and after 3 flowers gave in and made it a table topper!

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  15. They're all gorgeous -- I love your pretty, bright color choices!

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  16. I love your Grandmother's Flower Garden. I have 12 blocks and don't know what to do with them. You have inspired me as to how to put them all together. Thanks for sharing.

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  17. The flower garden is AMAZING! Love it's vibrancy. And since those silly painters are coming, you may finish your BOM block. . .we don't get the new one until the 5th of July. . .you can do it, I have faith!

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  18. What an incredible quilt! Gorgeous!!!

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  19. Grandma's Flower Garden is beautiful and i love the bright fabrics!!!

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  20. Your granny's flower garden quilt is looking lovely, I like the bright colors :)

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  21. Oh wow. Your granny's garden is breathtaking. Keep going... Keep GOING!! It's fantastic
    Hugs
    Lisa
    -x-

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  22. With all of the blog post about GFG I really, really need to get one started...your's is wicked cool, thanks for sharing.

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  23. i LOVE your hexagon quilt. it's amazing!!!

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  24. I love your hex quilt too!!! Inspiring to start one. Is this all hand sew together?

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