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Tuesday, 15 January 2013


I have just posted this over on The Prayer Flag Project blog.
I haven't done one for a while, and I had forgotten how much I benefit from doing them.

Apart from the obvious emotional benefits, I find them a great way to try out something a bit different, be it style, techniques or materials. It is also a great way to use up scraps.

On this flag I used some painted calico that turned out to be a bit heavy for use in any of my pieces. I  played around with some fabric marker pens and puff paint.
Got to use up some embroidery floss too; I have owned it for at least twenty years!

Why not pop over to The Prayer Flag Project blog and take a look.
As I have recently taken over the admin of this blog I would love it if you got involved :)


liniecat said...

Whats the address to send to when I get round to making one up please?
I did have it...somewhere.....lol

Such warming, bright and cheerful colours youve used, enriching even just looking at them!
Especially today when we are snow bathed and its bitt-er-ly cold here!

Sheila said...

Very lovely and creative , thanks for sharing !

WoolenSails said...

Beautiful piece and I love how you stitch them. I need to try using my thicker threads and experiment.


Kit Lang said...

Love your new banner! It looks great. :)

bohemiannie! art said...

What I neglected to say on the Prayer Flag Project blog was that this flag is

dee LIGHT full

MM said...

I love this. And glad it worked and brought out the sun!

Nina Marie said...

love the composition and the stitching!

Collette said...

beautiful and now following the flag blog x