Wednesday

Flowers and siggies


Still working on my flower garden,
did not do many flowers over Christmas, but now that I'm back home
I love making these cute little flowers,
 I've 38 flowers joined plus 24 flowers ready.


I made some "siggies".
With very old stencil I had back in 1983.

There were many lovely siggies waiting for me when I got back home,
so I had to start making some and mail back.


Have you seen this Magazine?
Take a look at this, you can get a free copy here
Very interesting I think this Magazine.

Until next time - enjoy your stitching

Paula

16 comments:

susi said...

dear paula,your flowers are really beautiful,happy stitching,susi

Kate said...

Your flowers are so pretty and your garden is going to be beautiful..I love the green ones,,Your siggy squares look great too..Kate

Quiltjane said...

You have been making many beautiful hexagon flowers and I love the school house blocks.

Gerda Hartman said...

Your garden looks lovely!

Stray Stitches said...

Your flowers are amazing. I especially like the black one - so stunning.

Lis said...

Thanks for the link :)

Karen said...

Happy New Year Paula! BEAUTIFUL flower garden! So soft and pretty! Sweet siggies and I will go have a look at the magazine.

Kunzfrau said...

Your ceiling already looks so beautiful. The likes it very much!

Kind regards Marion

Saskia said...

Lovely flowers, love the fabrics!

marion said...

nice flowers, especially the pink in between, you just gave me an idea. thank you. I like you siggies, trade tjhem myself, i'm going to see if i can find you to send one to you

tiny said...

Loveley flowers you make. And thanks for your nice siggy I receve it last week.
Greeting Tiny

Lee Prairie Designs said...

Wow you have a lot of wonderful flowers. Thanks also for sharing you lovely siggies!

Carolyn :)

Hilachas said...

Beautiful flowers you've got.

Wendy said...

What a beautiful garden! And I love the black flower with the roses!

Raewyn said...

Your garden is looking really lovely. I love the pink you have used for the pathway!! The siggie blocks also are really attractive.

Mary said...

Hi from Texas!
I love your Grandmother's Flower garden blocks!