This was irresistible. It combines fruit and little redwork animals. Cute and sweet. Could you resist this?
This little posy print was also hard to resist. The colors and pattern will go with so many of my other fabrics.
Same for this little blue and red daisy. Such a sweet and classic print, and for me this is a neutral. Well. I like busy neutrals.
I'm in love with red check. You can't go wrong with red and I have plans for this fabric immediately. I have used up all my red check I got at Material Girls last year so this will replace that.
Oh my this is a bad picture. Sorry about that but I'm on a mission today. No time to redo photos. This is my tribute to the 4th holiday. It is a simple flag quilt I made in 2002 or 2003. I wanted it to be big in scale and it certainly is. It is fun to pick treasures to put in front of my quilts, too.
The border fabric is patriotic and also pays tribute to 9/11. I'm sure many of you remember this toile from when it came out years ago. And some of the stripes are made with the fabric that was printed with words from the pledge of allegiance. On my porch flies one of my quilted flags. I have several. It is scrappy, simple and enjoyable to look at with all the fabric squares in it.
It is going to rain here for the weekend. I really love it when it rains. Even on a holiday. Happy 4th everyone! Have a safe and happy weekend.