Wednesday, May 12, 2010

One Flower Wednesday


Finally my camera works and I can post my first One Flower Wednesday progress report, yeah! This is a picture of two weeks of work on my flower garden. Since wednesday is probably my busiest day of the week, I work a little on Tuesday and Wednesday night when I am ready for bed. I am hoping to start posting regular weekly posts on Thursday morning.

This next photo is of my progress so far of my flower garden put together. You can see I am adding the yellow flower on the bottom right next. I pin a few flowers in and take a picture to see what looks best together. Since I am not waiting to arrange them on a design wall, It is the best way to make sure that I don't put two colors or fabrics next to each other. I am trying to make this a charm quilt with each flower different, but with 500 flowers it might not work. I only have about 470 more flowers to go.


This is the next set of fabrics I need to cut into squares for my flowers. After I cut these I think I will be pretty close to my 500 different fabrics for my flowers. Lots of cutting ahead too.
Well that is it for the check in today. I started a new class last week that uses the most unusual fabric I have ever seen, aka ugly. I will try to post some pics of my finished blocks in the next few days.

11 comments:

Fiesta said...

great flowers!

Marion said...

Your garden already looks very nice. I am also thinking about using green fabric between the flowers. But I also have many flowers to go...

Karen said...

Looks wonderful! That would be so great if you can come up with 500 different flowers and I really love the green you are using.

Cathi said...

Your flower garden is going to be beautiful!

katrien said...

Love your hexagarden

Narelle said...

Beautiful flowers!
Also like the green you're using.

Joan said...

Wow - 500 that will be impressive. Looking lovely

Saskia said...

Lovely flowers. And with the green it's going to be a perfect flower garden.

JoraDollfashion said...

You have a wonderful flowergarden already. And looking at the fabrics you'll be using for more flowers I think your gardenquilt will turn out great!

Joke
www.jora.punt.nl

Sue said...

Boy! Your flower garden is looking great! I love all those fabrics and the way you are connecting them

Melissa said...

I love the green around the flowers!

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