Thursday, December 1, 2011

How Does My Garden Grow?

Faster than I thought it would!
Yesterday I ordered a new group of fabrics from www.gloriouscolor.com that includes an assortment of dots to use as the centers of each flower.  I am finally comfortable with piecing the hexies and they are a tad more enjoyable.  What motivates me is that my DD is quite smitten with the design so far.

I finished quilting the baby quilt with time to spare.
I used a variegated 40 wt. thread and had fun with some continuous line FMQ.  
Very pleased with the result.  
Now to the binding...my daughter's job!

For me, I better start on those Christmas gifts!

14 comments:

  1. Love it! The addition of black and white is wonderful!
    Very creative how you did the FMQ. Nice your daughter is helping.

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  2. Love your hexagon quilt. Very nice.

    I do love that baby quilt. Is this the one from Jelly Babies? Very pretty fabrics and your quilting is great.

    Enjoy your shopping. I'm almost done. Heading out today to finish up and then it's time to people watch at the malls :D

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  3. The quilting certainly "frosted" this sweet baby quilt. Very pretty!!

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  4. Your hexies are beautiful! I especially like the red with the black and white center.
    The baby quilt is so cute and your quilting was the perfect accent!

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  5. What a lovely way to start December!! Your hexagons are so pretty and the newest quilting is beautiful. You did a wonderful job on the quilting!!

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  6. Though not my fabric choice either, those hexies are looking good! And I like your continuous line FMQ.
    Well done!

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  7. Your garden is growing beautifully! I love how you fussy cut the pedals. Your FMQ looks perfect on the baby quilt. Very Nice!

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  8. Really like how you have worked up those hexies...keep thinking I need to try this.

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  9. Just GORGEOUS Cheryl. I need to start on my xmas gifts to ;-)

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  10. Lovely hexagons Cheryl. Are you enjoying working with those colours? They are a little different to your usual palette.

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  11. Hi, Cheryl. Cute baby quilt and I love your hexagons. Great fabrics--and happy holidays!
    best from Tunisia,
    nadia

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