I'm making progress with the hexie table runner using 3/4" hexies. Last week I finished 2 flowers that the center and middle row were completed before.
I selected this teal floral fabric because I thought those pink flowers worked well with the pink row.
The orange and pink row of the next flower is rather weird. I apparently only had 4 of those brownish/pink hexies prepped so I added them this way. That row looks rather off balance when you look closely at it.
If this table runner survives 100 years, that's the flower people will look at and make comments about the originality of the sewest.
Have a blessed Christmas as we celebrate the birth of our Saviour.
Linking to Kathys Slow Stitching Sunday, Stitching Stuff, Sew & Tell, Design Wall Monday, Monday Musings
Thank you for all the beautiful quilts you shared with us all, have a very blessed Merry Christmas.
Merry Christmas, Gretchen! Your hexie flowers are lovely! Enjoy your day today.
Happy Christmas to you Gretchen! Thank you so much for sharing your talents this past year, and for you encouragement to get Welsh Beauty finished!
I love the hexies even the one with brown. Looks like a clock. Yes Christmas is really for deep reflections and celebrating our Baby Jesus being born. We had a great day. Very peaceful. Hugs.
The pink and teal flower is delicious!
Merry Christmas Gretchen and thanks for linking up today!
Very fun hexie blocks. You made do and added interest with the different fabrics in the second block. Hope your holiday was wonderful and you've had more time for stitching afterwards.
Your hexie flowers are so beautiful. It's fun to watch your progress. Thanks for sharing photos.
Your hexie flowers are looking fabulous , Gretchen. I love the teal with the pink. Looking forward to seeing this garden grow.
Your hexie flowers are great, Gretchen! It's great to wee your progress. And yes, maybe they will wonder about how creative the maker is, in 100 years!! Thanks for linking up with Monday Musings!
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