Wednesday, July 18, 2012

One Flower Wednesday.

It's been a while since i posted about my Vignette hexagon progress. I'm slowly working my way through them.
I made these 4 last night.
All the hexagons i've made so far. Thanks Karen for running one flower Wednesday's. I was asked would i make chilli relish so yesterday was spent making it up.
Happy Stitching,

18 comments:

shez said...

you are a busy lady Jeanette,love relish.xx

Fiona said...

a lovely pile of hexagons... great chilli relish weather... looks yummy
Hugz

Anthea said...

That's a very impressive pile of hexy flowers Jeanette, well done! And the jars of goodies look delicious...

Bev C said...

Hello Jeanette,

Lovely hexies, your pink striped one reminded me of a petunia.

Enjoy that relish.

Happy days.
Bev.xoxo

Miss Holly said...

This is going to be such an amazing quilt..wow!

Roseanne said...

Your hexies pile is growing.I love home made relish so nice on toast.

Karen said...

Hello Jeanette, so nice to see your beautiful flowers, the pile sure is growing! Now, that chili relish looks delicious!

My Sister Made Me Do It.... said...

oooh......what a gorgeous stack of hexagon flowers.....looks good enough to eat! such pretty sherbet colors..... And speaking about eating...the relish looks good too. :)

Hilachas said...

Beautiful flowers and SO many. WTG!

Allie said...

Those are really pretty - you sure have a huge stack there! The chili relish sounds yummy!

heather said...

Love the stripes on your flower.

Quilter Raised in the South said...

wouldn't that chili relish be good on some baked tilapia? how do you plan to enjoy yours? beautiful flowers, love the stripes and colors.

sunny said...

What a pretty pile of flowers!

Melodee said...

wow you are a busy lady! love the stack of "flowers" and the jars! great job!

Maria said...

What a huge pile of flowers and they are such pretty colours..

Quilting Chemist (Danette) said...

Beautiful flowers! such pretty colors

Linda said...

It's good to see those hexies again. It's been a while, I think. You're making great progress... and doing some wonderful cooking and baking lately too. Good for you!

Sue said...

Thanks for the post about the hexi's Jeanette. I LOVE them and might just have to get into that now!!