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I love dandelions. Very few things transform so completely as to be entirely unrecognizable from their original state. The ultimate do-over! Over the years I've learned to appreciate that they are not really weeds at all but a gateway to a child's imagination.When my kids were small, they would bring me bouquet after bouquet of dandelions - so full of love! I had cups and cups on my windowsill full of yellow bouquets. The white dandelions were "wishing flowers." Just make a wish, blow and all your dreams could come true! Isn't childhood wonderful!
In honor of these wonderful memories of my children's' childhoods, (and my lawn as I look over the expansive dandelion fields!) I give you: DANDELIONS!
|Blowin' in the Wind. She shows the whole process |
of making this quilt. Very ethereal.
|This is actually a free pattern by Robert Kaufman! I might just make it!|
|Small Dandelion. this is my most favorite of all these quilts. |
It perfectly captures how I would make a quilt about dandelions!
|Splendor in the Grass by Caryl Bryer Fallert. |
This, I believe is photo transfer. The effect is wonderful.
|Gerrie's Dandelion. It looks like a painting to me!|