Showing posts with label Floriography. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Floriography. Show all posts

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Floriography Quilt Finale

Floriography is defined as 'the language of flowers.' 

In times past, sending certain flowers referenced specific things, possibly secret messages or hidden meaning. We've heard of the different meanings of rose colors. Yellow for friendship, red for true love, and so on. Flowers mark milestones in our lives today, and I love both sending and receiving. Give me a bouquet of mixed wild flowers any day over roses, though. I'm all about color, you know?

Monday, March 2, 2015

Starts, Stops, and Catch-ups: Floriography Quilt

Here's a sneak peek of the baby quilt done in Floriography.
I had to chase down binding fabric today, 
and it will be a finish by Friday.
The echoed flower was FUN to quilt,
and it went fast! I used a bright pink
Aurifil thread here, but it's blended well
with the pink gingham.

Friday, February 13, 2015

Friday Floriography Finish

I am most definitely grateful for Friday!
I pushed all week to get this top done.

This is my last of three baby quilts 
had lined up, and now it's
ready to quilt.