Sunday, May 22, 2011

Worth it?

This took me a day and a night to figure out.
What do you think?

And a question: What flower do you think this is supposed to be?
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(Don't forget that the giveaway ends at midnight.)

Update: I'm getting a lot of "pansy", which is what I was worried about. How about this one? Just squint and ignore all the seam lines.)

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36 comments:

  1. When I saw it I thought it was a pansy
    Chris x

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  2. Oh dear I'm still only seeing a pansy! Sorry!!

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  3. Yeah, pansy for me too....sorry.

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  4. I think it could be a peony.

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  5. I see a rose or a poppy. Roses are my favorite flowers, so I see them a lot, but the yellow center reminds me of the Oriental poppies in my yard.

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  6. begonia?
    maybe its just the color i see though

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  7. I see a rose! I hope I'm right. :)

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  8. It looks like a poppy to me in the solids, like a rose in your fabrics. :) Pretty!

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  9. I think it's a pretty poppy.

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  10. peony? wow, lot of work in it x

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  11. Dogwood rose - lovely colours, whatever flower it is!

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  12. A rose, it does look a little like a pansy, maybe because of the yellow surrounding the centre square.

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  13. I thought a peony when I saw it.
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/

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  14. Looks like a poppy to me. But it's pretty no matter what kind it is.

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  15. Looks like a poppy or pansy. Lots of pieces, but I love it!

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  16. My first thought was hibiscus, probably because of the yellow center. I see what it's supposed to be from the second picture name, which is not a flower I'm that familiar with (I live in the Midwest) so I wouldn't have guessed it in any case.

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  17. The 3-lobe version was certainly a pansy or viola in my brain. The 4-sided center is no longer pansy, but now I'm wanting some leaves to figure out what multipetaled flower it represents.

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  18. A zinnia? But does it matter? Sometimes a flower is just a flower but of course that's only when I didn't go to the trouble of making it!

    http://wideworldofquilting.blogspot.com/

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  19. I think it's a poppy. Love it!

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  20. I'm thinking a rose or a peony ... it's pretty but wow - that's a lot of seams. I think I'd have to stick with applique :) Have fun!

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  21. I will say it is a rose and a very lovely one at that.

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  22. I guess it’s a camelia japonica!

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  23. I saw pansy too but I think it could be a Poppy.

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  24. I think it's a peony... I have them at home right know actually!

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  25. I would guess a poppy or peony!

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  26. I don't see pansy at all - I see peony....

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  27. It looks like a petunia to me. Anyway, it's pretty!

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  28. my guess is a violet, although it's the wrong color for one

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