Things came down to the wire and then Sarah brought these three flags over. Aren't they gorgeous? Liberated letters and a heart. So nicely done- thank you Sarah!
Kayla made this one with a sweet bird fabric.
Christy made the hug flag- more liberated letters!
Lindsey made these sweet heart flags.
I made one more with XOXO, more liberated letters and it rounded out the number to 10 flags.
Don't they look marvelous together? They are on the way to Boston and will hang at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts! They will be on exhibit from May 23 to June 16. If any of my blog readers have a chance to visit I'd love to see photos and hear all about it. Wish I could be there myself! I am still collecting quilt blocks for Boston. The link for instructions is in the side bar. I will be sending them on Wednesday, May 22. Here are the two I've made so far:
All of my quilts are original designs. Some are created with hand turned applique. Some are created with liberated piecing techniques. Some are created with raw edges, lots of hand embroidery and even cloth weaving. I hope you enjoy!
Hello! I am a quilter and textile artist who loves whimsy and color. I sell many of my originals in my Etsy shop (see the link above). I am pleased and honored to announce that I will be the Featured Quilter for the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show on July 13, 2013. I will begin teaching Liberated Quiltmaking classes in Fall 2013. See below to subscribe to my blog for all the latest updates in my studio. I'm glad you've stopped by!