Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Time Flys

Can’t believe it is Wednesday again. While going on our travels I have stitched many hexies to add to my garden so have joined Karen and the ladies in
“One Flower Wednesday.”

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These two were stitched as we went along the gravel.Thought the red and brown were suitable colours.
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17 comments:

  1. Those are very pretty. Keep it up!

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  2. Very nice! That garden is growing like crazy.

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  3. Your garden is blooming nicely, great flowers!!

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  4. They are so neat! Hard to believe you can so them going down the road.

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  5. Great job! sewing during a car trip isn't easy but your flowers didn't suffer a bit. They look gorgeous.

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  6. I adore how you are stitching the flowers in the gravel as you call it. Would love to see a bigger picture of what you are doing.
    Love Leanne

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  7. Nice your hexies,especiale the blue and brown one.

    Gr Annemieke.

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  8. You just gave me a great idea for a table runner. Great job you're doing on the road.

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  9. Beautiful flowers! I love making petals when we are on the road :)

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  10. they look great Mary well done

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  11. Even in a desert..flowers can grow! Nice garden Maria...! :)

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  12. So thats what you did with the reddie one! I love it!

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  13. Travel seems to be very good for the garden! :)

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  14. Pretty flowers, I like stitching while traveling also.

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  15. Oh my gosh...that is dedication...stitching hexies while driving over gravel!! You ARE a true quilter!! There should be an award given to quilters for hand sewing under the most primitive and/or hardship conditions while on summmer vacations. That would be fun to hear everyone's crazy stories.

    And, I MUST comment about your posting today. Those water falls are magnificent. I have never seen any thing like it. So majestic. I am envious...now i want to travel to Australia! But, it is a bit of a hike from Bellevue, Nebraska in the USA!

    Deb from clutteredquilter.blogspot.com

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