Anyway, I finished 3 hexagon flowers this week. And each one is the "inverse" of one I posted about last wednesday. I inverted the fabric....center became the petals, petals became the center.
Just Peachy became Peachy, Just a Bit
Pretty in Pink became Pink 'n' Pretty
Powder Puff became Puffed Powder
And....that's not all I got done. But that's all for my One Flower Wednesday post. Looking forward to seeing all of the new flowers this week.
Lovely flowers. I make them the same way.
Very nice. They look so lovely together.
Very pretty, very clever!!
Your flowers look wonderful. I ussually do that to: inverse the flower. Great job: math teatcher. Maybe you have the answer to http://quiltsampler.blogspot.com/'s question?
Lovely flowers; a real pleasure to look at!
wish you lived next door - you could take the kids for maths for me.
Love Leanne Nz
I was running out of ideas and here it is a fantastic one. Thanks for sharing.
Very cute and creative, love it!
Inverse hexagon flowers? What a great concept! I especially like the pink one:)
It is a great idea, to make inverse Hexagonflowers.
Oh my, maf, I don't think I can take that right now, not after the week I've had! However, those are quite loverly. I always enjoy your posts...You are quite the talented quilter I believe ;)
Hi Wendy..Thanks for visiting my blog,,your flowers are so pretty lovely colours and fabrics..i use this method too..it is amazing how different they look.
Beautiful flowers! The math stuff makes my eyes glaze over - lol!
Your "inverse" hexies are great.....Love love the math
Thank goodness for the invention of inversety. LOL. I love colours and textures of the fabrics you used.
I've been thinking about doing inverse flowers, and now that I've seen how great yours turned out, I'll definitely make some.
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