I got on board with this late, but I decided to send a flag to Boston for the Vancouver Modern Quilt Guild’s initiative, To Boston With Love. I don’t belong to a guild, and their project was aimed mainly at guilds sending in bunches of these flags, but individuals can participate. I didn’t really understand the concept when it first came around, but now I think it will be a spectacular sight, and I’d like to contribute. I really wish I had gotten in gear earlier, because I would have coordinated a group effort from our “Twilter” group of quilters on Twitter, and sent those in as a group. Anyway.
Yes, that’s a reject piece from my fabric bleaching. I don’t have it arranged correctly yet, but I think it will make a fine background for my rainbow heart. And, yes, that’s a strip of orange “Fairy Frost” in there. You can’t get more cheerful than that. This will only take me a few minutes when I sit down and get serious about it. Lots of color for a little time.
I’m linking up with Design Wall Monday at Patchwork Times.