Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Fellowship of the Flowers - Week 24

Hi there! This week the peach blossom makes a return.

Like I said last week, all the remaining flowers will be used in the final project in December. I used that baby ric rac again. LOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE it!

Why do I feel like December will be here before I know it?

Time is truly flying by. I told David last night that 8 years ago feels like it was only last week.

Remember, you can join the Fellowship any time you like! Click on the tab at the top of my blog.

Happy Stitching!

Michelle and the Bunnies


Draffin Bears said...

Hi Shell,

Love the sweet peach blossom and the baby ric rac is lovely.
Yes, before we know it, will be December.
Hope you are having a great week


Crafty Green Poet said...

lovely design and colours,

Erica said...

As usual you inspire me :-)

Lesley said...

This is so cute! Love the polka dots!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

You know what I see here? PEACH PIE. For some reason, that adorable baby rick rack reminds me of the fluted edges of a PEACH PIE! Oh my friend, let's lasso in the summer moon and make it stay a while longer?


tink's mom said...

I think this one is my favorite to date. It is so summery. Love that rick rack effect.

Beth L. said...

As usual I am several weeks behind but that is ok. I SHALL catch up. I like the pretty flower today. Wow, all 28 flowers in one project and some bees. Can hardly wait to see the project.

belarmina said...

preciosa flor!!!

Rabbits' Guy said...

I do love peach blossoms. The local peach tree has a couple dozen fruits getting bigger and bigger - a pretty good crop for here.

DebraKay Neiman said...

When do you mail out the June instruction e-mail? crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

Diane said...

Love the design Michelle, the peach blossom and the baby ric rac is so pretty. You certainly have very clever designs.

Hugs Diane

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Loving your pretty stitches on the baby ric rac, I had to look twice to see where it was, the stitching changes the look entirely. And I totally agree with you about how quickly the years start to fly by, how in the heck did it get to be the middle of June already? Hugs to you and the bunnies, Deb