Friday, May 14, 2010

Progress

I'm still working on some pillowcase designs.
Pillowcase design WIP
And making slow progress on the mini GFG.

January 2010 - 7 flowers
Little Hexies
April 2010 - 14 flowers
Mini hexes
May 2010 - almost 18 flowers
Mini GFG
There's hope...

Have a wonderful weekend everyone!

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17 comments:

  1. Your little flowers are so sweet! I just adore them.

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  2. wow so many flowers, I know how many work this is, but it looks amazing I really love it

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  3. Oh my goodness! You have a whole quilt store in your room! How wonderful! Love, love, love your flowers! I have just been bit by the flower bug! Looking forward to seeing yours completed!

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  4. OMG, I would love to play in that Twiddletails store...!

    Love your little flowers!

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  5. Love your material stash. Your hexie flowers are so sweet. Nice choice of colours.

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  6. I love your hexagon flowers! Quick question from a hexagon newbie -- are your papers still inside the hexagons at this point, or do you remove them once you've sewn a flower together?

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  7. your flowers are looking awesome. I have one of those started - it's sitting under my bed!!! I only drag it out when I don't have any other projects to do....a very rare occasion...but you're inspiring - maybe I'll do some this weekend :) :) :)

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  8. Your flowers are just the cutest!! I love them!

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  9. Anina, the GFG is soo gorgeous, you are doing a great job :)

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  10. your mini garden is fabulous! loving it. ooxx`jodi

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  11. I have been reading your blog...and let me tell you...it is great and the fabrics are sooooooooooooooo wonderful.....

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  12. Your GFG is looking fabulous Anina!! When do you find the time?

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  13. The GFG is soooo pretty - well worth persevering with :)

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  14. Wow! Those flowers are intensely amazing! Thanks for sharing your lovely blog- keep up the great work!

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  15. I love the way the picture of the 14 "cups" up at the edges. It looks sculptural.

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