I have finished the second of the rust-dyed pieces. My plan was to take it to our guild meeting this evening, but am fighting a cold so it will have to wait until another time.
I am giving this to my friend Anita and she will display it at the Pensacola Quilt Show in a couple of weeks. Hopefully it will help to advertise the rust dyes that she will be selling in her vendor booth…..and it might even sell too…who knows.
Tomorrow I am off to the North Georgia Mountains to teach a one day Machine Quilting Class at the Misty Mountain Quilter’s Guild retreat. I taught last year as well and am truly looking forward to seeing all of the wonderful quilters again.
Hope you are having a great quilting week!!!!!
6 thoughts on “Terra Cotta Flowers”
This turned out so beautifully. The simplicity of the design and the rust coloring work perfectly together.I bet it's going to do well as advertising and on its own.
WOW that is so cool. I love sunflowers.
AWESOME! Anita posted this on her FaceBook. She had told me you were doing another one for her since you sold the first! It looks really great and I love the stitching of the doily.
I love the way that this has turned out. Hope this one sells too. Hope your cold also gets better soon.
This is beautiful! Rust/brown is a tough color for me to create with. Nice job.