Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Fellowship of the Flowers week 30

Wow, only 20 to go. Amazing how fast the year is going.

I'm looking forward to sharing something totally different and new with you in 2015. It will be a block of the month, kinda sorta, but not really. There will be stitching, quotes, Folk Art Fusion, wool felt and...well lots of fun. The best part is there will be no pressure to keep up. It will only last for 6 months. You can do as many or as few as you want. I've discovered that most people are worn out by June. January is boring and they are ready to start new things. By June, everyone is outside playing. I also find I don't want to be tied down to huge commitments. So...stay tuned for something different.


Until then, here is our 30th flower.


This is how it looked before I stitched it.


I combined the ric rac and the yarn.


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Light, love and hugs to you,

Michelle and the Bunnies

9 comments:

Erica said...

Beautiful! I love them all! This year really is flying by! _

Kaisievic said...

Wow! The stitching makes such a difference - gorgeous. Love how clever you have been with the ricrac and the thread.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

And you my friend, are SO TALENTED! Every new bloom is fresh and graced with unexpected whimsy and color. You are right; many people are out playing in the garden, vacationing, spending time with family. You are smart to open up the activity to suit the lifestyle of the others for these special months keep calling our names outside! I just wish I could fine myself a rabbit out there in the garden!!!

Gorgeous colors as always....(thank you for visiting my crazy tour!)

Lana said...

Oh that rick rack is perfect! I am going to have fun working on this one!!!
Just an update...Joker bunny is at about 99.9% Whatever it was that made him so sick, the meds all worked in our favor...
New job is good too!
Hugs to you sweet friend!!!!

Lesley said...

It is amazing how creative you can get with a little felt, fabric, and trims. Love the combination of the green and blue.

kc said...

wow - just gorgeous, as usual! I can't believe how even and straight your stitches are!!

Barb said...

Your work is so amazing...

speedyrabbit said...

you make everything so pretty Michelle,xx Rachel

Kris said...

Fabulous!! I have been sharing your blog with my Etsy customers!! :-))