I knew I wanted it to match the Dresden Plate I made a few weeks ago, so I grabbed some Ruby scraps and set to work. I actually used some fusible interfacing for the flags,which made stitching them much easier than using pins. I also wish I had made the flags just a tiny bit larger. I used some bakers twine, which I adore, and some teeny weeny clothes pins. I printed out some words on cardstock and then stitched a border on each one. It was a fun and quick project!
And these are the hoops I mentioned the other day. I made these for a sweet customer who wanted hoops to match the Apple of My Eye bunting banner she purchased from my shop. The fabrics are a mix of Apple of My Eye and a few vintage linens. These will definitely add a bit of sunshine to the walls of her home!
Hoops really are a fun way to add some color to your walls, and if you don't glue them, they are easy to switch out if you get tired of the colors. I wish I would have thought of this before I reached for the glue gun, though the wood hoops are relatively inexpensive :)