|My wish for the world.|
Wind brushes by a prayer flag, spreading its wishes and good energy to all.
The fabric spoke to me of peace, love, and the 70's, so I followed its vibe.
It was satisfying to let things evolve as I worked along, and surprising how deeply I felt the message by the time I finished. What had started as a fun project with my guild became a call from my heart.
Two other guild members have finished their flags in time for this post, too.
Terry's flag: Faith, Hope and Love
|Terry's flag - photo by Terry.|
|Sarah's flag - photo by Sarah.|
- Use what you have on hand
- Keep things simple
- Enjoy the process - relax and take it a step at a time
- Fuse, stamp, glue, and finish! Let it fray, let it fray...
- Hang it where you can see it every day
or, give it to someone who needs to see it every day
Or, just make something up, like we did - see the first suggestion, above ;-)
Fresh off the FrameI had Brynne's (not-so-secret-cause-I-blabbed-here) secret sewing on the frame this week, and finally finished today. Woo Hoo!
(Keep it under your hat, though, K?)
|Just a peek!|
My heartfelt apologies for slow comment replies lately - with having been sick, and then trying to catch up, and then repeating the cycle again this week (stomach bug - enough with being sick!) - I'm in a time crunch. I love the conversations and friendships that have come with blogging, and truly appreciate your comments. Thank you, so much. I shall return the favour as soon as humanly possible!
Still a couple more Christmas quilts to finish for people, so please pray that I stay healthy!!!
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