Madala ! EXCELLENTWhat were those things they painted on barns in Pennsylvania....Maybe it was The Amish that painted them ? Or was it a Dutch thing...?Anyway, reminds me of those round designs they painted ---like starbursts.It does make me think of Summer Stars.It's beautiful. I love this new penny rug making path you are on.
Just looked back thru May... I will return later. Love your little stitched quilts!
I came from ART TEA LIFE to tell you the necklace you made for her is gorgeous!Plus I've been looking at your penny rug tree and this star-like design and I love them. Very cool!
Very cool design. How big is it? Use as an applique on a purse, wall hanging?
Very dramatic. Very attention-grabbing. A mandala is a great idea. The hex sign is a Pennsylvania Dutch tradition from Germany. This geometric design is reminiscent of those signs painted on barns. Whatever you do with it, it is great!
LOVELY! I foudn you through Linda's blog and am glad I stopped by. I love sewn stuff like yours, just don't do it regularly myself. Yours is an inspiring blog! :)
Wooh Cat this is looking good - I went & looked at the Dutch Hex Site that you showed before & I'm thinking you have stitched yourself a prayer mandala ... After you made the other Penny Rugs I had to go look those up to as they are something I'd never seen before - after research... Of course they are an American tradition of long ago ... you are indeed a very creative & intuitive woman. Also I think Linda looks great in her new necklace ... luv ... B
I too am visiting from Art Tea Life's site to tell you your fabric agates piece looks spectactular!! Course I love all your pieces. They are a feast for the eyes. Love that pergola too! All the best LindaSonia
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