Saturday, 14 May 2016

Tulips and Daffodils.

 Our Spring is still playing hide and seek.  The weather report suggests even snow flurries?...  This in May, we can only hope it will be gone quickly, so we can enjoy some warm weather with lots of sunshine!
My Hexie project, this a photo from a little while back.  Have prepared the next round of hexagons, which is a red frame around the butterflies and flowers.  Then the snails will follow.
The trees are getting there leaves on.
 A dark dark blue for 365, with two fabrics which I have used in the center, this will be used on the corner blocks.
 The last five blocks.
My wonky lotus flower.
Anna, at The Sewing Cafe, won this top at her Retreat.  It is all black and white, with a skinny purple border for a pop of colour.  Everyone made a black and white block, then these blocks was sewn up into tops, and names placed in a hat for the draw.  She is going to finish it, so it can go on its first road trip,  to Montreal.
These beauties are just waiting to open up.
The lastest block for the Splendid Sampler.
These dies are great, if you are doing Sue Garman's Omigosh Quilt pattern.  Cutting these triangles can take time, as the blocks are small.  Using the triangles as, leaders and enders, thanks to Bonnie who inspire us from Quiltville.


  1. The hexie top is moving along, and I love the blues.

  2. I love the Hexie top!...well, I like all the pictures in this post. 😊
    Just received the Healing Heart for my mom....
    Thank you....

  3. So lovely to see the first tips of green on the trees, the Rex something very very sp. Evian about the first green leaves after winter. Your wee blue blocks are growing so quickly. I like that black and white quilt very very striking what a great prize. Your hexies look great love the colours you are using here. I've been sewing heart shape flowrers all week, have them all baste now appliquing them on, that's the best part. Hugs Glenda