Apr 7, 2009

Spring flowers mini quilts

Spring flowers mini quilt
Flower season!
I have pollen allergy, so it was hard to go outside in March. But now, the pollen is not so hard and I can go out without a mask(Many Japanese people use masks to avoid the pollen).

Spring flowers mini quilt
Today, I made two mini quilt with flower embroidery.
I used my favorite double gauze fabrics from Japanese cotton and linen fabric brand. This is soft and very good quality.
The flowers on the upper quilt are which I see near a small river near my apartment.

Button Spring flowers mini quilt
And for another one, I used some buttons which I got from an ETSY shop. She sells 200 buttons in about 5 dollars. Most of them were pink buttons, so I made this Sakura color flowers.

I didn't draw a design, and enjoyed stitch as my image.
So it comes not so well desighned and arranged, but I feel more handmade.

Button Spring flowers mini quilt


Anonymous said...

This is really lovely! My kind of flowers! (The non-sneezy kind!)

the 6 o'clock stitch said...

It's beautiful! Where did you get your buttons?

Merruli said...

I enjoy your work and lovely designs very much. I found your blog through Ravenhill and have been coming here since for inspiration and lovely reports.

ii-ne-kore said...

oh! they are so lovely - your handmade work is so wonderful:)

mairuru said...

Hello everyone,
Thank you very much.
The buttons are from http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5148555

I got 200 buttons pack and approx. 150 buttons are tiny ones.

I'm really happy to know people through my friends! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

these are so lovely! very sweet.

Jacqueline said...

Wow mai, those are soo adorable..i adore the one with the buttons! And thanks for sharing with us where you bought those lovely buttons!
Thank you for mailing out my surprise package so soon! Im a little sick down wit flu and fever, so im taking a bit longer time to prepare your surprise..hope you dont mind. :(
Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you!

mairuru said...

Hello Jacqueline,
Are you OK now? I'm sorry for you.
Please take care of you well and don't mind me.
Have a good day!

Anonymous said...

As always, you inspire me. I am very much encouraged to start sewing again. Lovely, Mai, thanks. I follow your blog closely.