Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Fellowship of the Flowers - Week 2

Welcome to week 2 of the Fellowship!


This week's flower is the Peach Blossom.


This is the second of three flowers that will be used in the project at the end of the month. (I spy with my little eye a piece of bunny fur above the button. hee,hee,hee. I own stock in lint rollers around here.)


I used H207 and P2 from my Folk Art Fusion, size 12, pearl cotton collection. You can purchase them and the wool kits in my SHOP.


This time I used a green sparkly yarn around the edges, but I used the same beads and the same fabric. Selina, the French knots are for you. ;)


So two flowers are done. Did you get a chance to make your first flower last week? I know many of you have been snowed in. I can't think of a better time for stitching, especially with wool!

At the top of my blog you will see a page for Fellowship of the Flowers. This is where photos of all my finished flowers will be so you can come back and reference them whenever you want.

Also, I will be posting my flowers on the Facebook, Flickr, and Pinterest groups. I invite you to join one or all the groups to share your finished flower. We have friends from all over the world including the Netherlands, Spain, South Africa, Australia, the UK and Canada who have joined. I can't wait to see what everyone has created! The links to the groups are on my side bar so hop on over.

Tell your friends to join us. They can go to my Craftsy Shop to join. Remember, only friends in the Fellowship will be emailed the project instructions at the end of the month.


Thank you so very much for joining the Fellowship. The bunnies and I truly appreciate your love and support. We couldn't do this without you.

So, what are you going to do with your flower this week?

xx,
Michelle and the Bunnies

20 comments:

Chickadee Sue said...

Hi Michelle, such a pretty flower, will be great to see what everyone has done and the colour choices they make.

Melody said...

A beautiful flower, +adorable bunnies.

Christine M said...

Lovely flower Shell.

shez said...

this is so lovely Michelle.xx

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

teeeeheeee.....I can tell you that IF I had a rabbit, he/she would answer that last question as such:

"Why, I'd eat it, of course!" teeeheee

Michelle May, your stitching is impeccable! The close-up shot really shows how fabulous your details are and this is such a fun fellowship to follow. How fun to have pals from all over the globe joining in, and how gracious of you to invite any of us to enjoy the fun. And....that photo on my blog with the bunny? That one's for you. XOXOXOXOX

Quilt Hollow said...

Love this one! I've got to check out beads and such when I'm out and about! Love french knots too!

Starr White said...

In the midst of the coldest winter in recent memory, I love that you are giving us flowers to enjoy :))

Beth Laverty said...

So happy it is Wednesday! What a lovely flower. Can't wait to get to work on mine. I have been designing it in my read as I read the blog today. And I already have the stuff gathered up... I did that yesterday. I am going to start on it as soon as my morning chores are DONE. I will write about it on my blog again (tomorrow). Keep up the GREAT work.

Lana said...

YUMMY! I love this one! I am just finishing up on my flower from last week...a little here, a little there!

Raewyn said...

What a beautiful flower!! I haven't had a chance to even look at this yet but catching up is in sight and I am so looking forward to getting stuck in!!

Jules Woolford said...

I am cheering everyone on and jumping up and down on the sidelines. Oops, fell over.... Hooray! Go you fellowshippers! We want to see all the pics!x

Createology said...

Oh Dear I am Late! How quickly these weeks are keeping me behind. I have just signed up and now need to read and trace and cut and stitch! Oh My!! Lovely Flower Dear...

sue said...

Your stitching is so perfect! Bunny fur, cat hair or dog hair just adds character to a piece.
Hint Costo sells a pack of 5 large lint rollers!

Barb said...

That flower is so adorable, you are extremely creative...

Rabbits' Guy said...

Plenty rollers here too!

No flower here though - somebody is trying to be gluten-free. (Heee Heee)

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Carrie P. said...

very pretty. the beads are a very nice touch.

kathleen dailey said...

Joined last week but did not receive email of second flower pattern?? Just found on Facebook.

speedyrabbit said...

so Pretty that flower,xx Rachel