Sunday, April 13, 2014

Spring and a Hexagon

It's probably a little too early in the growing season here in the Midwest, but I bought a few annuals and planted the pot on my front porch.  The low temperatures are supposed to be close to freezing a few nights next week, but hopefully I can cover them and keep them going.  


These flowers are called Ranunculus, and this is the first time I've grown these.  I think the blooms look a lot like roses.  


I don't have much to show in the way of sewing, but here is a hexagon that I just finished.  These are 3/4".  I'm not sure where it will end up, but I like the pink and brown combination.


Thanks for stopping by for a visit!

I hope you are finding some time to stitch today!

23 comments:

  1. Your hexie is cute...love thise flowers...

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  2. I adore those hexies......what is the fabric the little bird is on? It is precious.....

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  3. Love all your hexies. Really like your blog header.

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  4. Ahhh Spring! Love your new header!

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  5. Darling hexies! Love the fussy cut center.
    Your blooms are wonderful.
    First time I've seen your new blog-header. Wowzer, it's great!!

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  6. I have also put some flowers in pots. I guess the growing season is a little bit earlier here in Texas. I just can't wait to plant things at the end of winter. The seasons are just long enough. Pretty hexies.

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  7. A sweet hexie - tiny is always so eyecatching and appealing!
    Think Spring jumped around us - snow showers called for in the days ahead. - hope Spring remembers to drop by again soon.

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  8. Going to get close to freezing here, too, so I will wait until after next week to get some flowers potted.

    I love your hexies ... so pretty! And so tiny!

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  9. I can't ever remember to water, let alone cover a pot on my porch, so I gave up on having one years ago, but I think they are so lovely. I have never grown ranunculus, but it is a beautiful flower.
    That is a sweet hexie with the bird in the center. Pink & brown are a great combo--working with it myself right now. : )

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  10. Our dog is digging up my flowers from my pots.....frustrating.

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  11. Beautiful flowers! And I love your hexies - you can never go wrong with pink and brown.

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  12. Beautiful flowers! And I love your hexies - you can never go wrong with pink and brown.

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  13. Your flowers are lovely. I am so terrible with flowers. I never seem to remember to water them.

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  14. Your hexie flower is so cute. A lovely bird in the middle.

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  15. Such pretty Spring flowers.
    I really LOVE your beautiful hexie! That fussy cut bird in the center is so precious.

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  16. beautiful planter! sweet hexie

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  17. Pretty hexagons and flowers! I finally got my first hexagons sewn this morning. Tiny and cute - they are 5/8" size. Thanks again for your pointers and help!

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  18. Excuse me, LuAnn, my hexagons were 3/8" - now that is small!

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  19. Love your hexie and the flowers are beautiful! Sure missed you in Shipshe this spring. Counting down to November or maybe August in G.R.?

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  20. Very pretty! The flowers and the hexies.
    I have been resisting the urge to hit the nurseries, now you are chipping away my goal to wait until after Mothers Day!

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  21. Wow! You your quilts are stunning. Puts my humble efforts to shame. xx

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  22. LuAnn, do you cut all your hexies from paper or do you buy them? you make loads of them!

    And you always find the right fabric to fussy cut. I love your blocks

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