Here are two of my hexagon flowers.
I wanted the flowers to have the motion of opening up.
So I made the center a more solid looking small print,
then the middle section was a little medium size print
and the last row around the flower a large print.
The flower on the right is from material that my grandmother
It reminds me of the beautiful flowers in Breckenridge, Colorado where
Joe and I went on vacation with her and my Aunt Aurie.
The Pink Pig flower, is a scrap from a short pant/ dress that my mother made me.
I think it is kinda funny that I picked out that fabric.
I wonder what I was thinking?
I know that I loved to smile and be funny...and so this fit my personality.
I wanted the quilt to have some pictures on it so that one could make up stories.
I really like this farm flower, with all the farm animals.
At the time that I put the large flowers together
I didn't have that many different scraps of cotton fabric.
Fortunately a friend in Alabama, had been sent a huge
box of scraps from her mother and she allowed me to pick through
the box and put together my flowers from the scraps in there.
I don't think I would have had all the flowers finished
in nine months if it had not been for her.
Isaac made us this wonderful loaf of Challah bread with rasins last night.
It was soo good.