This handmade wreath was created by me using a double rail wreath form and Michael Miller designer fabrics. BE sure to check out photograph 5 in the pictures to see what the fabric looked like before I cut it down. It is a blend of reds, greens and a beautiful flower print on brown fabric.
size:: 14 inch round wreath colors:: brown, reds and greens hanging:: This wreath hangs from the back.
Each of the wreaths are carefully constructed. They take from start to finish anywhere from about 2 hours to create. I tend to be a perfectionist and have a critical eye for knowing when it is "just right".
My patchwork rag bag pattern, available in both knitting and crochet versions was featured in a lovely patchwork treasury on etsy!
A big *shout out* to brilliantblossomsetc on etsy for including me in the treasury and for creating such a lovely curation... Check out the treasury and the other featured patchwork handmade creations!!!
Have you seen hope valley? It is absolutely gorgeous fabric by Denyse Schmidt... a little about hope valley from Denyse's own website:: Inspired by the can-do community attitude and creative, homey economics of the depression era, Hope Valley is a quilting weight fabric collection by Denyse Schmidt. The warm and cozy hues take their cue from a vintage-tinged country landscape. Eight beautiful new prints in three warm and inviting color families evoke a feeling of possibility and down-home hospitality. View the collection here!