This flower is made of 5/8" hexagons.
I have sewn 1" Half Hexagons on both sides of my top.
I'm thinking of a border and appliqué
some smaller flowers
like this 5/8" or 1/2" on the border.
I'll make some more flowers and see how it will look.
I just don't want to stop making flowers.
If you like to see some more flowers, just visit
Karen at Journey of a Quilter. She is hosting this
Garden Party every Wednesday.
Thank you Karen!!!!
This is my block for May - How does your garden Grow?
Designed by Dorothy Baker.
Finished eleven blocks - just one more, and I can start to put them all together.
Until next time
What a darling little hexie block!
It looks awesome the way you fussy cut and pieced this one to re-capture the blossom print..just LOVE it!
Your May stitchery is wonderful!
Paula, your hexagon flower is stunning! Your quilt top looks lovely, I can see a lot of work has gone into that. Beautiful! And your Sweet Nostalgia is stitched so meticulously, well done!
Lovely little blue flower! The pink fabric is just beautiful and a nice finish with the half hexies. I like the idea of a border with appliqued flowers too. Very, very nice Paula! And, how sweet is your May block and just one more to go!!!
Paula, your hexie is lovely.....and the tone on tone peach is such a soft and restful background.......what a beautiful garden you have growing.....and I can't wait to see all the stitchery blocks together!
Lovely flower and your stitchery block is just lovely.
Very clever the way you stitched your flowers...
The stitchery is very sweet too.
Very nice ,the pink you use.
what beautiful hexagons, maybe when mine will grow up to be like yours:)
What a cute little hexie flower.
HI! Paula, A pretty Sweet Nostalgia block. Look foreward to seeing the finished quilt.I love your fabrics for the Hexies.Very lovely. I have just started doing Hexagons and find them fun to do.
Paula, your May block looks wonderful!
I am really tempted to try to do something with Hexies!
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