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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

WOYWW

Linking up with Julia for What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday.

Working on fabric flowers.  

My thoughts and prayers are with those dealing with Sandy and the mess she left behind.

Be Blessed!

37 comments:

Betsy Adams said...

Cute little fabric flowers, Darla....

Yes---I am also praying for those who lost so much in that storm damage... God Be with them.
Hugs,
Betsy

NanaDiana said...

Darla- I love your fabric flowers- I need to get busy and make some myself-xo Diana

EELS said...

Yes loving those cute flowers Darla, and thanks for your visit earlier.
Cheers
Elaine #27

Queenie Jeannie said...

More pretty flowers!!!

I've been watching the news and horrified about how huge and devastating the storm has been. One of those times when I'm sad to be overseas!

TeddyBobCrafts said...

Happy WOYWW. Gorgeous flowers - such a variety. Ali x #55

Eliza said...

Really nice flowers that you have created, happy WOYWW

Eliza 40

kay said...

loving the flowers
have a fab woyww
kay #75

Neet said...

Great flowers, and all so different.
Hugs, neet xx

Annie said...

I'm sat reading my WOYWW blogs on my sick bed this week but have my mask on so you don't catch anything. I'm enjoying reading what everyone is up to this week [it's better than reading magazines :-) ]. I'm leaving a copied comment so you know I've called by because my hands are too weak and shaky to keep typing out my comments this week.
Big hugs,
A x #93

Shazsilverwolf said...

Gorgeous flowers, reminded me about the craze for making rugs like that (a lot) of years ago, lol!Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #90

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Lindsay Weirich said...

beautiful flowers! happy WOYWW! Lindsay #101

Andrea said...

love the flowers you have been creative, i like many others have watched on the news the destuction of mother nature and thoughts are with those unfortunate to be affcted..my thought and best wishes are with them.
I hope you have a good week #77

Twiglet said...

What will you make with all those fab flowers? x Jo #76

Krisha said...

Thanks for making an early stop at my blog. The quilt took me about a week, working off and on. Love your flowers, just thinking they would have been a great addition to the quilt, so if you have extras throw them my way.....LOL
Krisha #59

Linda said...

A beautiful collection of fabric flowers.

imac said...

Very busy Lady eh Darla.lol.

Katie said...

All those flowers look great!!

Happy Halloween!

Katie (29)
http://adventuremonkeys.blogspot.com/

Robin Spitzer said...

Love your blog! I can't wait to see what you do with those beautiful flowers!

Julia Dunnit said...

Ooh Darla, great stuff! Are you using sticky sheets for the circular ones..they are so pretty, I must get around to having a go - bet you're making it look easy.

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Darla,
Lovely flowers. I've been busy creating some too. Yes, many prayers for those recovering from the hurricane.
Thank you for stopping by.
Hugs, Celestina Marie

Carol Hornby-Clements said...

All your flowers are gorgeous.
Thanks for visiting.
Carol

Brenda Brown said...

Lovely fabric flowers, such a range of them.
Happy WOYWW.
hugs {brenda} xox #143

Sandi McLean said...

Flower production line looks like, way to go! You are #23 now! Sandi #27

Karin said...

Your fabric flowers are beautiful.

Tamika said...

Do you have an Esty shop, those are so cute! I have a list of things I want to try and make myself and its getting longer.Tamika#112

Janet, The Queen of Seaford said...

Glad to see you are keeping busy. You are quite talented.

Busy Bee Suz said...

You are a busy bee...love the flowers!
XO

Princess Judy Palmer said...

At first glance I wondered if those were fabric flowers or coasters, only because I know someone with coasters like. Personally, they make me nervous as coasters, if you don't set the glass down just right it seems like it could tip off. I think I'll suggest she use them as flowers instead. That's way more creative! And fun!

Val said...

I have so missed the blogworld!!! But I am back!!! Looking forward to catching up with you! Hope you are still doing good.

JB said...

The flowers look very interesting. Thanks for your comment. Have a nice week. JB.

Kristin said...

AWESOME! I just pinned some that look like this today! Wonderful job, xo

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Amazing fabric flowers, at the first sigh no one can easily identify that they are not coasters but fabric flowers, your have designed them amazingly.

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kevin ross said...

The storms has really made the big disaster. But the fabric flowers are very good really felling sad for those who ,lost in the storm. May god bless them.

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