Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Flowers


One more hexie flower this week.



Below are the most recent completed Morrell blocks together...


......and one more I don't think has been on the blog yet..



Only about 10 blocks to go now! :)


This wonderful collection of fabric arrived in the mail today. It is a fat quarter pack of Olde World Style designed by Monique Dillard (Open Gate Quilts blog) for Maywood Studio. I first saw this fabric in a post by Carrie of La Vie En Rosie.



I have plans to make a bag with some of this fabric. There will be plenty left to make another quilt too.


Thank you to everyone who visits my blog and especially to everyone who leaves a comment. I try to reply to each and every comment, however there have been a few people recently who have been "no reply". I would love to be able to reply to everyone and visit your blogs (if you have one).


My favourite azalea; Gretel.

28 comments:

  1. Wonderful hexiflower! And your Morrell blocks look great as well!

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  2. Stunning flower Miriam! And, beautiful blocks.

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  3. what a sweet hexie
    the morell blocks look stunning!

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  4. I adore your Hexie!
    Those Morell blocks are just too beautiful for words.

    OK, I ADORE that fabric. I would hate to cut it, it is just so pretty.

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  5. Lovely flower and I adore your Morell and what a gorgeous fabric!!!

    Greetings
    Ines

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  6. wonderful hexie. The morell blocks are great.

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  7. I like the way you used the design of the fabric in your hexagon flower to create a secondary design.

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  8. OMGosh I just love those Morrell blocks!! I can't believe you only have 10 left. Is the border very detailed too?

    Crispy

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  9. I'm so glad that I have seen your Morrell blocks, and so far you are... Mine is also going great, but more than 10 to go!

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  10. What a great flower you've made!

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  11. Lovely fussy cutting on your flower Miriam and the Morrell blocks look fantastic altogether.
    My Kaffe arrived today - I'm bursting to get going!

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  12. I love how you positioned the print in the hexie flower. Your Morrell quilt is going to be absolutely gorgeous!!
    Hugs,
    Donna

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  13. Those blocks are looking wonderful Miriam. As is that new stack of fabric!

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  14. Your fussy-cut hexagon flowers are all gorgeous. You've spent a lot of time on your Morrell blocks. They'll lovely.

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  15. Whow what a stack, gorgeous!! Great flower block!! Morrell: beautiful, love the rose block!! No azalea's overhere, only pumpkins hihi!! Take care, hugs, Daniëlle

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  16. Lovely Hexie flower for your garden...really nice fabric,,,Will look forward to seeing the bag when you have finished,,,xx

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  17. Lovely blocks you have building up there and whew, that fabric looks yummy. Better I don't look into that very much. Better I don't! :) Now, onto that amazing hexie. Good lordy bee that's simply a stunner! Amazing. 5 stars. Blue Ribbon and all that.

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  18. I always enjoy seeing your fussy cut flowers. Oh, your blocks are just lovely together. Thanks for coming by to see my red hexie flower.

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  19. Your flower is lovely. I especially like how you fussy cut the fabric. One flower per week does add up:)

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  20. Beautiful hexies !!! Love the fussy cut.

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  21. Your Morrell quilt blocks are coming along very nicely! How many hexagon flowers do you have now and how many more to go? Fussy cutting those flowers sure makes a nice effect.

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  22. I love your hexie and your blocks...lovely job!
    Micki

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  23. Wow! Only 10 blocks to go for your Morrell quilt! That is amazing. I see your spring colors are coming out - the azalea is so lovely. It is turning to Indian summer here - we have a totally different color palate going on.

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  24. Hi Miriam, I just popped over from Shirley's blog. I was at the Quilts in the Barn exhibition in Wonga Park on Saturday and saw many beautiful quilts (including the Morrell) made by the Secret Sewing Sisterhood. Shirley is starting the journey that you are on and maybe I will follow too some day. Lovely blog and beautiful work.

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