Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Oh Wednesday has arrived again. :)

My hexagons for this week. Still haven't decided what i'll do with them yet. Maybe a single bed quilt. :)
Got this about a week ago from the Book Depository. I've been waiting for so long. Not from the book shop but the author. Earlene usually names the books after quilt blocks but this time it's after the annual fair & yes it's still about quilts & murder. :)

My lovely jelly roll. Lumiere de Noel by French General. Using this on some Christmas presents.
I've seen this made up on a few blogs & liked what i've seen so i decided to buy the pattern myself. Lovely design from Fiona.
Hugs, Jeanette

9 comments:

Narelle said...

Very pretty florals :o)
I'll have to see if I can find some books by that author in the library.
My hexie is half made yet.

Joke said...

And again three lovely flowers.
Just go on making these cuties; the idea of what to make of them will certainly come...

Cybele's patch said...

Your garden has grown three lovely flowers. I like the goodies you had in your mail!

Karen said...

Nice jelly roll! Your flowers are so soft and pretty. It is so hot here, mine are wilting.

Jeanette, when you have a minute, please read my posting about the Sign In sheet.

Joy said...

Can't wait to see your doily too!!! Us Nutters just had a swap with ours, they all turned out so different :o)!!
Hugs,
Joy :o)

Theresa said...

Your hexies are very pretty Jeanette. I'm a fan of French General too - just waiting for the Postie to bring me a Rural Jardin layer. I liked Fiona's little doily too - look forward to seeing your version :)

Sheila said...

Jeanette,
I love the fabrics you used this week so dainty and pretty , great job.hugs,Sheila

Siobhan said...

I just found your blog--you do such beautiful work! I like your flowers--the fabrics you've chosen are wonderful. I need to stock up on some French General fabrics myself--they are so pretty! I am anxious to read the latest Earlene book this summer; I love my visits with Benni, Dove and the gang. :)

Julie said...

I've seen them on blogs too, and yes aren't they beautiful!