Friday, October 19, 2012

What I'm Working On...




First, thank you, thank you for all of the wonderful comments and support for my announcement the other day! I appreciate it so much!

While watching the debate this week...I made a few more flowers...



And now I have eleven! It doesn't dound like a big number...but if I can just keep working on them they'll keep multiplying!



I'm also working on a secret project with these amazing Amy Butler fabrics...



And working on another secret project with Flirt by Sandy Gervais for Moda!

I'm hoping to make a new bag this weekend as well...although the weather is so lovely I'm tempted to just sit on the patio and sew hexies!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful weekend!


12 comments:

suemac said...

I am about to embark on a hexie trip myself. It looks like it will be fun.

Stephanie said...

LOVE those Amy fabrics and hexies are just the prettiest things.

Jamie Wood said...

I am scared of hexies! Yours look amazing though. And super congrats on the book!

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

Your hexies are so pretty...love the fabric and color combos you chose!!

Tracee said...

I love your Hexies the colour are beautiful.

Kate said...

Loving those hexies!

Northern Deb said...

Love your hexagon flowers. My daughter and I are both making these. She saw a pillow and quilt in Arch. Digest and loved it. Before that, she couldn't understand why anyone would want to do all this hand work... but now she's hooked ;)

Jeanenne Nielsen said...

You do such great work.

Happy Turtle said...

Hexies are the best!
Love all the fabrics from Flirt... I'm waiting to see what you're going to make! :)
Carol

trish said...

Your little flowers are so sweet. :0)
Yes, enjoy these gorgeous days.
I sat on our porch yesterday and
crocheted granny squares for the pillow.
It was heavenly! :0)
Can't wait to see your secret projects.
Have a great weekend. Trish xo

mindingmomma said...

awaiting your secret projects.

Mama Pea said...

Still loving your hexies. I finally started an EPP project last night. My stitching isn't nearly as invisible as yours. I need a lesson from you!