Monday, 24 September 2012

Saturday's gardening...


four new flowers to add to my novelty collection on top of those from lovely fabrics Susan gifted me! I really must count them all and see where I am at with them.
While I am showing hexagons... I have to mention some other bloggers that have hexagon posts at the moment...
Kate  has just completed her gorgeous hexagon flower quilt and the quilting is just so amazing!
Annette has put together the centre of a quilt that has hexagons. Well done~
Shirley showed a picture of an incredible quilt using 1/4 inch hexagons. (and the amazing woman who made it)
Elyte has taken the plunge with hexies too....
Grit is giving instructions for her spectacular hexagon quilt.
Now for those girlies that were at the Bundoora Homestead blog meeting and were putting in orders for my hexagon purse, Lynda is the woman you are after. She had to make herself a hexagon purse after seeing it made up but not only has she made one but three for gifts! Put your orders in girls! They are so gorgeous and the frames she has used are very unique. she also has a lovely hexagon quilt that she is in the process of quilting.
So if you are a little hexagon addicted pop over and see these lovelies!
Now that I have used my stash of adjectives I'd best go.
Day one of the holidays!
Hooray

cheers
marina


20 comments:

Carrie P. said...

those hexies are so cute. love the pirates.

shez said...

wow Marina these hexies are so cute,well done.xx

Lynda said...

Marina your new hexagons are beautiful. Love the little pirates.

Susan said...

Thanks for the links. There is some amazing hexie work going on - including yours. X

Melody said...

Gorgeous hexies. Thanks so much for the links. Enjoy your break from work - doesn't need saying really - I'm sure you will.

Bev C said...

Hello Marina,

I don't know which are cuter the pirates or the Gingerbread men.

Happy hexing.
Bev.xoxo

Narelle said...

Gardening, sewing and baking all at the same time :o)

Nicky said...

Ahoy me hearties!

You just keep up production on these - so quick!

Fiona said...

great gardening weekend!!! will there be lots more now you are on holidays? love the little pirates and htanks for the links..... such fun to see them... but I am not yest persuaded!!! haha...
Hugz

Cheryll said...

How wonderful are the gingerbread hexies... too cute!
And the pirates are perfect for an adventure! :)

Josie said...

In my eyes you are Hexie Queen of the Universe!! This batch made me giggle out loud this morning so they are either fantastic or I'm really going mad! I'll go with fantastic! Luv em to bits...

Shirley said...

My name is Shirley and I am a hexaholic and it is two minutes since I last looked at a hexagon!! I have enjoyed the visits to the other hexagon blogs and they are all gorgeous. Love your new ones.

Lib said...

You really fooled me with your title! I dived in thinking Spring, bulbs, flowers. LOL You have been very productive and I have to admit I would rather sew than garden. Enjoy your break!

Els koetsier said...

Marina, what a lovely hexa's for a childquilt.

Yes I think about it to make also a hexaquilt for a child.

Mistea said...

Nice hexies with those fun fabrics.

Enjoy mixing them on your break.

Michelle Ridgway said...

Oh so cute especially the gingers. There will be a rush on for one of those lovely purses.

Maria said...

Your hexies are just gorgeous.. Will check out the links thanks....

Grit said...

I love your flowers.
Liebe Grüße Grit

Sheila said...

You make such cute hexies , adorable!

Jindi's Cottage said...

Good gardening...love how your garden is growing...gingerbread people, yummo! and kilojoule free!...thanks for the mention and the directions for visiting other hexie projects....