Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Watching my Garden Grow

My little seeds are starting to bloom! 
After putting the puzzle together...centers, leaves and a background...
...my garden is starting to take shape! (Of course they still need to be sewn together and some sunshine is needed - pictures are a little dark)

I love the hand piecing, it's very portable and at night I like to sit, relax, put my feet up and add to my garden.

18 comments:

Lots of Fabric 2 said...

Danette your garden is growing. I aslo and making hexies. been wondering where you been.

Jeanette said...

Your garden is looking very beautiful & growing well. Happy Stitching,

Barb said...

Your garden is soooooooooooooo amazing...the colors are just awesome!

Karen said...

A fabulous layout for your garden! Pretty fabric too!

Mary said...

your flowers are coming along. I just keep making them. Haven't decided what to do with them yet. They are fun to make. See you soon!!!

Annemieke Price-Talen said...

What a beautiful colours and the layout is just right.

Renata said...

Herrliche Farben!!!! Sieht super aus!

Liebe Grüße!

Sunnysandra said...

love youre colours to. Looks to me a difficult job to put the center in at last. Keep up the good gardening.
Sandra

Polka Dot Classic said...

Love the colors! Love the fabrics!
Is just gorgeous! :)
Thank you for sharing
Marta

Stray Stitches said...

Love all the reds and pinks! I like how you used a green stepping stone amoung the white ones :)

By the way, I tried to respond to a comment you left on my blog but your email address comes up as No Reply Blogger. Thank you for leaving a comment - it's always nice to hear from you :)

Have a wonderful day!

Rossana said...

Your garden is becoming very nice! I'm also doing hexagons. Mine are all in shade of blue: I see them like a piece of sky! Hexagons are a beautiful work!

Angelikas quilts and knits said...

I love the colours of your flowergarden :-)

Dolly Cloth said...

your garden is looking good

Brook said...

Love the red and white and green flower garden, very bright and cheery. Also love last weeks small quilt with the hexies.
I agree, great to end the day and relax. Blessings, Brook

Karen said...

Sorry I had to answer you this way, but your e-mail address is missing from your Blogger Profile. I do not know why you would not be able to leave comments on so many blogs. We have never had that happen before.

Christina said...

What lovely shades of red! I love your flowers!

501 Quilt Blocks said...

What an interesting way to put together your flowers. I always sew the center of the flower first. I'll have to try it your way to see if it's easier. You garden looks great!

Maria said...

What a lovely layout for your garden.Looking forward to seeing them sewn together.