Wednesday, October 12, 2011

This and That plus One Flower Wednesday

After my DD2 and family go home I like to keep busy so I went out on the block and mowed and mowed.

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I just cannot seem to get a nice straight line like my blogging friend Cat. LOL

There was a nice parcel for me at the post office but I have to put my gifts away into my Santa Sack Sad smile. I did shake rattle and feel them before I popped them in.

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Thanks Christine.

It’s One Flower Wednesday sew I am joining Karen and the other ladies again this week.
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One of my blogging friends asked me could I show all the flowers I have made so far. Sew I emptied my tin and spread them on the lawn.

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How many do you think there are ??????
Maybe I need to make stepping stones and start  joining some together.

32 comments:

  1. Wish I had property! I love cutting it with a riding mower.

    And your flowers look great! So much patience, of which I have none!.

    glen

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  2. You always have the cutest fabric! Do you buy small pieces just for your hexies? Or is this from your stash? Keep on stitching.

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  3. Darling flower!!!!!

    Looks like you are having some beautiful weather.

    :) Carolyn

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  4. Cute roosters. Your flowers are beautiful, they make a colorful garden.

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  5. I love the rooster flower, Sew sew sew cute! I will guess that there are 87 flowers altogether. Am I close?

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  6. Your hexie quilt is going to be such a fun and colourful quilt once it's finished.

    I couldn't begin to guess how many there were, so I counted. And if I counted correctly, you have 87 flowers. WOW... that's a lot of hexies.

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  7. Love the chicks flower. It's so cute. you've made a real big "bunch" of hexie flowers.

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  8. I love to mow too. Such a great work out. That is a fabulous quilt you are going to have.

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  9. mowing seems to be good empty house therapy... I do a big house clean on those occasions!! love you new hexie... I think you will need a bigger tin soon though!! They look impressive spread out... lots
    Hugz

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  10. sew . . . tell me - do you hand stitch all these hexies together?
    LOVE them all together and yes time to start the stepping stone.
    I looked at the lawns and I saw straight lines ::)) you're doing good .. .. ..

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  11. So many flowers !!! All of them beautiful !
    Be patient !!
    You will be allowed to open some gifts soon !!! ;)
    Florence

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  12. Love the chicken one, I collect chickens, I'll have to try and do one like it, lovely....

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  13. How many flowers are there? I was just wondering the same thing. Beautiful!

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  14. Don't tell my husband you mow the lawn. When we got married I told him "I don't mow lawns" and I never have! lol All those hexagons are looking great. Love your new chicken one and the little statue. Hugs, Christine

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  15. I love to mow the yard now we are mulching the leaves and they are so pretty falling down just love this time of the year. LOve you hexie,nice

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  16. Your garden looks lovely after it's haircut.
    Loving that chicken hexie! You and Melody are the queens of fussy cutting!
    Your quilt is going to be like an I spy hexie flower garden.
    Love them all together too.
    Looks like there are enough to start putting together! They are too gorgeous to leave in a tin.

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  17. Darling poultry flower with its fussy cut petals. Wow! Your garden is full of flowers - great job!!

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  18. Oh sew many lovely hexies Maria... you are growing a beautiful garden to go with ALL that lawn! You are doing well in both areas...lol! :)

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  19. 87 flowers!!!! Beautiful! This weeks flower is so very cute!

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  20. Another cute and different fabric :-) The photo of all your hexagons is gorgeous...such a joyous mixture of colours and designs.

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  21. your yard looks so neat and tidy Maria,well done.Ohh those parcels look lovely,it will be hard to wait for xmas.

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  22. OOO MAN!!!!!!!!!!!!! Talk about a "flower garden" - of course my favorite one is the one with the little chickens!

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  23. I'm having a bit of trouble commenting these days....*#@* Blogger!
    Like your chooky block!

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  24. Your flowers are looking fabulous out in the garden. How many? Looks like a very lot to me!
    Enjoy putting some together.

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  25. I look forward to your Wednesday flowers! Hey!!! I notice you are John Deere people.

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  26. You must be so very pleased with all your hexies.....they look fantastic...

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  27. That is alot of flowers. Also I did not know you had so much land. Looks like a beautiful place.

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  28. Maria, I love your chicken hexie! It is adorable! You are so much ahead of me with the number of flowers. Can't wait to see what you do with them all.

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  29. they are wonderful! I love the doll you made to for your granddaughter!

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