I love this quilt...its the first flag quilt I've seen made this way and I think it is just so cool!!!
Joyce made this using a variety of reds and yet kept the blue consistent. That combination and the stark white between the rows just made it pop. When I was deciding how to quilt this one, I was stumped on what to do in the white rows. I knew I wanted to SID all the blocks, so I did that first and then stared at it for awhile. I finally decided on this simple design hoping it would direct your eye to Joyce's wonderful piecing.
I thought this was a great touch, a cross-stitched flag!
No pics of the back...it was a busy blue with lots of stars.
Notice the painting in my header?? This one is called "Big Butt" and is by Leslie Ann Webb. Click hereto read about Leslie and see more of her work.
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Not really interested in the ponies and the rest of my life? Would you rather just look at quilts?? You have two options: 1) in the search box below, type in "customer quilts," or 2) scroll down to the "labels" and click on "Customer Quilts." Either way, the eye candy is all yours. Enjoy!!
Dorothy, Dort and more recently, Dory. Yes, three names. I was called Dort when I was little (much better than Dot) and now its morphed into Dory. That's the problem with a name like "Dorothy." What do you do with it?? (For the rest of this thrilling saga, click on "About Me" at the top of the blog.)
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