Quilted & Appliqued Wallhanging - Angels Gather Here 24 in x 23 in
This soft and fluffy quilted wall hanging is influenced by sentiments of the season. Quilt front and border is made from fabric scraps, salvaged buttons, ribbon.
While newly made, this tree wallhanging features country colors reminiscent of country Christmases past. On display are angels, a landscape, starry sky and the poem "Light fades. Stars appear. Evening angels gather here".
The quilt has a landscape scene with pine trees made of green Christmas print strips that are attached to suede-like tree trunks. The trees are decorated with button ornaments. Winter grass is stitched to give a 'rolling hills' effect. In a block beside the landscape are appliqued angels on a dark print background. And above it all is a gold starry sky. The poem is stitched onto a plain block just below the angels.
Applique and quilting are a combination of hand and machine stitching. The scene is bordered with coordinating square patchwork. Filled with fiberfill and backed with an ivory cotton / muslin blend, the quilt back is also bordered and hemmed with a dark green border.
At the top are three tabs that can be buttoned on to the back to create hanging loops. Or the tabs can be removed completely.
The quilt measures 24" high (without the hanging tabs) and 23" wide.
While the quilt front is made of all scrap fabric, buttons and other materials, the filler and backing are constructed using new materials in my smoke-free and pet-free home.
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