Wednesday, May 12, 2010

More than One Flower Wednesday




Liberty fabric and zygocactus flowers.




My cushion is finished! I have had a second class, with lots of hints from Kellie, and lots more practice since I did that machine quilting, so the next piece should be a big improvement. I have started the machine applique on a second cushion and I have ideas for a small quilt using the raw edge applique technique.


Another broderie perse Morrell block finished! I am more than half way through making the blocks now. :)


Jacob's Coat is coming along well. I have 13 blocks finished and 2 more prepared ready to sew in the next few days.

Have a great week, everyone. :)

26 comments:

  1. Wow Miriam, what a beautiful post, you have achieved a lot. Gorgeous liberty flowers and I love your cushion, Kellie would be proud of you I'm sure xo

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  2. Love the flowers Miriam!! Your cushion is great! My compliments on your machine quilting!! Lots of fun making number 2!! Take care, hugs, Daniëlle

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  3. Goodness you have been VERY busy Miriam!! The cushion if GORGEOUS!!

    Crispy

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  4. Oops, that's "is" GORGEOUS not "if"....I need to proofread LOL.

    Crispy

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  5. Your hexies look beautiful and so do your cushions. You are making great progress with your Morrell quilt.

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  6. Oh wow....you did a wonderful job on your cushion Miriam...it looks awesome!

    The Morrell block is beautiful and half way...Woohoo!

    Love the Liberty hexie and flowers.

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  7. All of your work is so beautiful! Those are just lovely:)

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  8. great flowers and fabulous quilting on the tree quilt!

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  9. WoW! lovely stuff...the cushion looks fabulous!

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  10. Look at all the lovely things! Beautiful hexagon flowers, the cushion is wonderful and how great is the broderie perse!

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  11. You are doing quite a lot at the moment and they are all wonderful projects. The cushion looks wonderful and so does the Morell block.

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  12. Miriam,
    Your work is just beautiful! You make so many beautiful projects.
    Blessings,
    Donna

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  13. i am pleased you enjoyed your class with lovely kellie and well done to your first attempt!!!

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  14. Oh, your flowers are lovely. The cushion is stunning!

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  15. The quilting is very pretty on your tree piece.

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  16. I love the fabrics you've used in your hexie flowers!

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  17. Lovely flowers and a beautiful cushion!

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  18. Wow Miriam. I wish I knew what to say here that could compliment the delightful work you've done here. Your cushion is ama-zing! and I love that sweet bird in the middle. Awww, I do, I do, I do!!!

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  19. The cushion is just stunning! I love your work!
    Micki

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  20. Oh Miriam - that is FANTASTIC!! I love those colors and the quilting and the points - love all of it on your cushion. I keep going back to look at it.

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  21. Your garden is lovely - your quilting is georgeous and your block is looking fabulous!!

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  22. Love your Cushion from Kellie's Class...I do Love Her Work...what a Great Opportunity for You to have her teach....
    cheers

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  23. Love the hexagons. I'm pretty much convinced my next quilt will be a hexy one.

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  24. I think that there is no one whom will object that you show us all these flowers! They are magnificent!
    Your cushion look fantastic!! Enjoy! Succes with the others! Greetings,
    Lida

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  25. Hi I just found your blog today, but it is never too late to leave a comment...your flowers are awesum and I also like the rest... will come back for sure!
    Tineke

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  26. I love the block with the bird in the tree. So simple, yet so effective! Beautiful quilting!
    Margaret

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