Wednesday, June 9, 2010

How Does Your Garden Grow?.......

With silverbelles & cockleshells? Or maybe with beautiful hexies? My garden has grown by 3 again this week.
I managed to squeeze these in last night as i've been busy with other projects. I'll show you a sneak peek of the 2 projects. The first one is for a challenge set my friend Lynda (no blog) in Canada & must be finished by June 30th.
The 2nd peak is the project i'm testing for Jenny.
Jenny's gorgeous Morning Glory pattern.
Jeanette

20 comments:

Sandra Henderson said...

You've been very busy! Lovely projects that you have going... Your hexie flower garden will be lovely! :)

Roseanne said...

Will like to see your project when you have finished them all. What are you going to make with your hexies.

Julie said...

I'm going right now to do my own set of 1/2" hexies! Thanks for the encouragement!

Tineke said...

I like your projects ... you have been so busy! Good for you (and us) that you managed to make 3 flowers as well.

Marieke said...

Wonderful flowers and I wonder about your projects! Like to see more of them. Love the teapot!

Mascha said...

Beautiful flowers

Saskia said...

Pretty flowers! And three are still 3 finished.

Gerda Hartman said...

Lovely flowers and you made me curious with your sneak peak.

Melissa said...

Your garden is growing lovelier! And it looks like you have a couple other "garden-y" projects going!

Cybele's patch said...

You grew some lovely flowers this week. The other projects look sweet too. Wonder what the one in the last picture is going to be?

merumo said...

Cute flowers! I'm like you, always busy between some projects... Have fun!

Sue said...

Oh your flowers and your wool projects are just wonderful!

wilma said...

Beautiful flowers!!

Marcia said...

Your flowers are very pretty! Thanks for sharing. Looks like you have a "green" thumb. :)

Karen said...

I love your silverbells and cockleshells! And, two very interesting projects on the go.

Sheila said...

Jeanette , you have made some sweet little flowers even though you have been obviously very busy .Can't wait to see Lynda's challenge .hugs,
Sheila

Theresa said...

Lucky you to be testing out Jenny's Morning Glory pattern :D Lovely hexies again this week - you've been super busy.

Cathi said...

Your garden has some more gorgeous flowers!!

LittleRed said...

I dream of making a grandmother's flower garden quilt some day...I love to hand stitch.....but doubt that I have the variety of fabric and the persistence to see a project of that size through to completion. I'll be interested to see your completed project:)

Ceamz said...

love the flowers!