Thursday, March 31, 2011

Sewing a Garden

It's 34 degrees and raining so I'm grateful to be inside sewing.

I'm making Black-eyed Susans for the motif swap we're having at the Adventure in Crazy Quilting next week.

I've made 12 flowers and I have 21 more to go.

Today, my to-do list says: Make flowers

That's not a bad day at all.

Lots of preparations still to do and many more flowers to sow before I sleep...


Lisa Boni said...

Beautiful! Like making your own sunshine!

gracie said...

They are so cute! they are one of the best flowers to bring a smile on.

Marty52 said...

They are so cheerful, aren't they? Like happy kids, they just make you smile. :)

Vicky aka Stichr said...

so you will be trading your flowers with the other crazy lasies? er...laDies? what about the crochet rudebagias? i never could spell 'daisy'!!

Mosaic Magpie said...

I thought you were making 3 of these a day?!? Glad to see you are like me and work better under pressure!

Unknown said...

Do you have/can you write a tutorial on how to make these?

They look like fun. I can just see a giant sunflower made the same way!
(Remember you and your friends in the sunflower field?) :-)

Vicki Boster said...

These are beautiful- and they look so real! Love the photos!

Elizabeth said...

These are such treasures!!! What are you using for the cneters? Velvet? I love the way that you have shaded the petal tips!!!!!

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