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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

One Flower Wednesday.....of Bicycles and such....

   I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.     ― Maya Angelou 



Aha........once again it is that day that Karen has set aside for us to get another hexagon flower made and posted to her linky at One Flower Wednesdays
Last week I teased you all with some pavers which many of you guessed were looking much like a bicycle.....and, of course, you were right...............
Together with last week's pavers .....here is that "Meany".... Miss Gulch, the Wicked Witch's counterpart, who lives in Kansas...........this flower and pavers attached will go on the Kansas Tornado side of the wall hanging..............

I thought I might have something else to show you today but, alas, I have not been sewing much but instead was cutting two and a half inch postage square charms for a swap..............don't know what I will do when I get upstairs but some sewing is definitely called for!

Please don't forget to go check out the other lovely flowers growing in Karen's garden..........



 ...............TaTa for now..............see you next time.................

14 good friend(s) left a comment:

sew.darn.quilt said...

She's a real grump, that
Miss Gulch! What a wonderful flower!

The English Ladies! said...

I look forward to Wednesday just to see what the next one will be.

Mrs.Pickles said...

lovely work! I like the new blog look too

Kat said...

I hate to say I love the Meanie, but she looks the best she's ever looked! :-)

Hennie said...

This is a verry lovely flower ! ! !

Gr Hennie.

Janet said...

Another fantastic flower!

Cherie said...

Such a great flower. I love how you put them together so neatly =D

Melody said...

Such an amazing flower. You are so clever.

sunny said...

You are amazing at putting those together, Ida!!

Quilter Raised in the South said...

you put them together like a jigsaw puzzle! you have an awesome vision.

Karen said...

Excellent! I really should read the book again, I forgot about Miss Gulch!

shez said...

wow Ida i am so amazed with your hexies you are so clever,well done.xx

Needled Mom said...

Mrs. Gulch is just wonderful. I can't believe how well you matched it up. I am getting more and more excited about seeing it done.

Rachel said...

AWESOME!!