Wednesday, October 27, 2010

It's Wednesday again!

This week has been seriously busy, but I did have quite a bit of office waiting time to baste a bunch of hexies and get my flowers done for this weeks One Flower Wednesday.
The little hexies will make a fob for my phone!  You can't really see the sparkles on the blue fabric...it was some millenium fabric scraps I had left over from 1999-2000.

I finished my last two wonky/variable/liberated stars for Block Lotto. I really did enjoy these stars and have three that didn't fit the requirements that I will use to make something for myself!

And last for today is my next Dear Jane block, A4:  ....well, never mind on that! Blogger won't let me upload it.

Today I have most of my afternoon free to sew, and have a few new projects I want to start...I still need to do my second block for Raggedy & Friends as well as work on Shannon's Purple Passion quilt!

15 comments:

  1. Love those plaid petals and your wonky blocks. I haven't attempted any wonky blocks yet, although sometimes blocks turn out wonky without intention. lol

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  2. Love your flowers and the stars are beautiful.

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  3. what a good idea with a fob(bag?) for the phone :-)

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  4. Pretty flowers, and I like the blue star.

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  5. Love your plaid hexies.... also am a fan of wonky stars. I love anything scrappy.

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  6. Very nice flowers and great wonky blocks!

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  7. Lovely flowers for your garden. Wonky blocks look great.

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  8. I've never done wonky stars ... will have to try them soon.
    Lovely flowers! ... especially the little blue ones.

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  9. Lovely Flowers...I have never heard of wonky blocks apart from ones i have tried to do at different times..Lol.. Kate

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  10. Beautiful flowers!! The wonky stars are great - I especially like the blue one.

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  11. Beautiful flowers and the wonky stars are cute too.
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