So, so pretty! Seriously, these are so perfect and so cute and so springlike too--I love them!
I never really cared for a Grandmother's Flower but I really think this is sweet. Maybe a tablescarf for my new dresser so I don't scratch it up.
This is so gorgeous Anina, well done... so fresh a sweet in those colors...Hugs Dawn x
Oh, how sweet. I can imagine, that it is much work. But sooooo pretty.
These are so tiny! My machine is in the shop this week, so I've been sewing up some full-sized G'mother's flower garden flowers (1.5" hexes!) until I get it back. This sewing is an addiction. I love your hexes.
Looks great! What size are your hexes?
Oh Anina! That is just cute as can be!
you are so impressive with the progress you make on such ambitious projects. this is going to look beautiful, i'm sure!
Oh, I just love this!
gee you're quick, looking good.
wow, looking fabulous! I love the white hexies framing the flowers and the green "spacers" too. Great progress!
That is going to be so cute!!!
I came back to look again and wanted to comment that I love the way you have kept the flowers separated with the white and green! :o)
Wow, that is going to be gorgeous!!
So spring like and so pretty. What a clever lady you are to do them so neatly as well. I think I'd get bored after sewing just a couple of them.
You're making great progress! That is so totally cute!
I agree with Molly: so, so pretty! I wish I had your bravery to attempt something like this. But, er, handwork is my kryptonite! I'll just live vicariously through you:)
Spring is in the air!
So pretty, and I agree with nicolette, reminds me of spring.
Looks so pretty! Makes me think of Easter and spring!
Springlike beauty Anina! I'm lovin' it!!
Oh so pretty. Love the lime green polka dot.
I just love this! It's so sweet.
It is turning out so lovely! I am in love with the green specks thrown in. makes me almost want to start one myself....almost.
so tiny... but so pretty!
i have one of these on the go and its killing me lol. love the colours in yours.
This is so pretty, such lovely colours :) Very inspiring!!!!