The last flowers
How am I so sure that these are the last of the flowers for my booth? Because I ran out of HeatNBond and I'm not buying more!
After I finished the other flowers I spread them out in the floor with my booth sign to get a general layout and to see what else I needed. I also still wanted to make a flower with a Shades Pack. The layout told me that this flower also needed to be a little smaller.
I really didn't think that a flower with 5 shades would look good but it turned out really cute!
In fact it was so cute that I used the rest of the HeatNBond to make as many as I could. I'm glad I didn't start with these because I might have made nothing but them. They are so cute!
Now I just have to figure out the best way to transport them.
With this done I feel like I'm almost ready. The rest of the list is manageable....until I think of something that I hadn't considered before.
9/19/2018 10:48:25 am
All of your flowers are just wonderful, you are going to have people wanting to buy them. I hope you do a tutorial. People might buy shade packs or shibori if you had a handout sheet on how to make them. Just a thought.
9/20/2018 06:56:55 am
Those flower turned out so cute! How big are they? Transporting - I am sure you will come up with a solution.
9/20/2018 07:28:51 am
Maybe those adorable flowers can be transported in clean pizza boxes, depending on their size! They are cute as a button!
9/20/2018 08:24:23 am
Vicki, I have so enjoyed seeing all the fabulous flowers you have been making. Your fabric just lends itself so well to them. I hope you will post pic's of your booth on your blog for those of us who aren't able to attend the show.
9/20/2018 10:01:46 am
Delightful. A superb way to display your fabrics. I like this round petal posie.
9/20/2018 03:51:29 pm
Love the new flowers! They are cute. You are going to have a great, and colorful, booth!
9/24/2018 06:15:51 pm
I like these too! I am going to be very interested in hearing how you manage to transport them though....along with all the other things you're taking to the show. Please be sure to take lots of pictures of your booth so we can see them on display.
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.