Wednesday, May 26, 2010

One Flower Wednesday

Just one flower.  And it took me two weeks to sew it. ....sigh....
But...
I enjoyed the process.

17 comments:

Sue said...

Oooh I love your block! So pretty and the fabrics are just lovely. I am a big fan of red :)

Blessings!

JustCindy said...

Your flower is so perky. I just love it!

Jackie said...

Enjoying it is what it is all about!

Karen said...

I love it!!

Sara said...

Great job! I wish I could find motivation to work on mine :)

Sheila said...

Lovely Kathleen ,the red sets it off !See you next week .
Sheila

"Lois Grebowski" said...

But it's soooo beautiful! Love it! worth every bit of effort...

Melissa said...

But it's as big as three flowers so two weeks isn't too bad!

Karen said...

Seeing that you are making the double round flower, two weeks is just fine! :)

Kathleen, when you have a minute can you read my posting about the Sign In sheet. The title of the post is: Attention One Flower Wednesday Members. Thanks.

Dawn said...

Its a lovely flower. So bright and pretty.

Tineke said...

it is the journey that count, and in the end you have made this wonderful bright flower.
Kind regards,
Tineke

Ivory Spring said...

Cute flower - the red fabric is my favorite. :)

Saskia said...

Lovely flower! And just one flower, is still one flower. It's more important that you loved making that one flower than making dozen under pressure.

pineneedles4 said...

Hi Kathleen,

I love this pattern! I'm making one also...but it's been on the back burner in the UFO pot for a few years....now I want to dig mine out and finish it! I'm using the freezer paper method and machine sewing mine together with a narrow zig-zag. I love this traditional pattern!

Vanessa in Oklahoma
aka Pineneedles4

pineneedles4 said...

Hi Kathleen,

I love this pattern! I'm making one also...but it's been on the back burner in the UFO pot for a few years....now I want to dig mine out and finish it! I'm using the freezer paper method and machine sewing mine together with a narrow zig-zag. I love this traditional pattern!

Vanessa in Oklahoma
aka Pineneedles4

pineneedles4 said...

Hi Kathleen,

I love this pattern! I'm making one also...but it's been on the back burner in the UFO pot for a few years....now I want to dig mine out and finish it! I'm using the freezer paper method and machine sewing mine together with a narrow zig-zag. I love this traditional pattern!

Vanessa in Oklahoma
aka Pineneedles4

pineneedles4 said...

Hi Kathleen,

I love this pattern! I'm making one also...but it's been on the back burner in the UFO pot for a few years....now I want to dig mine out and finish it! I'm using the freezer paper method and machine sewing mine together with a narrow zig-zag. I love this traditional pattern!

Vanessa in Oklahoma
aka Pineneedles4