Welcome, to all! It is May and the flowers are blooming everywhere in my little corner of the world. Here in the Washington, DC suburbs there are buds and blooms and bees and birds and Spring has sprung and the sun is shining most days. How happy am I?
|I even have flowers in my sewing studio!|
|I began with an idea, some squares, a covered button and circle of felt|
|I cut two sizes of fabric circles|
|Here is Flower #1 just resting is on the back of another Flower Block|
|See that little teardrop? The center of the DWR template|
1930s fabrics for my second flower
|6 teardrop cutaways from a previous EZ DWR quilt|
This gave me an idea! How about making a larger flower with 12 petals?
|Flower #3 using the Cream & Sugar fabrics. A little rick rack around the center.|
A little striped binding finishes up Flower #3.
|18" block with striped binding. Petals are zigzag stitched|
This one gets blue and green binding. Flower #4
|14" block with a felt circle and covered button|
Flower #5 using my Hexagon Rings technique. Added some crazy bling, sort of out of control, huh?
|Flower #5: Hexagon Ring with a little bling.|
My EZ Double Wedding Ring pattern and template set!
|EZ Double Wedding Ring pattern and template set|
Many thanks to Madame Samm of Sew We Quilt and Carol of Just Let Me Quilt for being our planners and cheerleaders. These hops are successful because of all the behind the scenes HARD WORK!
Now go visit my fellow Flower Fans on today's hop:
Debby Kratovil Quilts (you are here)