Wednesday, September 8, 2010

One Flower Wednesday

It is Wednesday again. And that means it is time for a Grandmother's Flower Garden block update.
This is where I am. 8 flowers done. 8 of 100. Oh boy.

So, since my last post I finished 7 flowers.

The bright blue fabric was from Country Quilting and Stitchery in Clarksville, Tennessee. (10/03)

The darker blue was bought in Hill City, South Dakota at a shop called The Quilt Corral at Mistletoe Ranch. (Sadly, no date was recorded with this fabric).

The yellow fabric was from Windy Moon Quilts in Reno, Nevada. (10/03).

And the pink, just to recap, was from Country Stitches in East Lansing Michigan. (10/03)

The story behind these blocks can be found here.

In closing, here is a photo of the hexie organizer that I bought at the Bass Pro Shop this summer.
It is so nice to be able to just pick it up and take it with me to meetings and things. I love it!

If you don't already have one, get one right away!


  1. Wow, what a beauties!!!


  2. I love how your flowers are memories of your trips. What a cool way to travel down memory lane! I also like your storage box.

  3. Your flowers are lovely. How are you going to put them together?

  4. Eight beautiful flowers and try not to think of how may more to go, just enjoy! Love your hexie organizer!

  5. Beautiful! And you have a wonderful organizer. Great idea.

  6. Pretty flowers, and great idea about the organizer.

  7. Great organizer.
    Your flowers are evry special with the white hearts. I love them.

  8. Your flowers are beautiful and well done - 7 flowers!