Peg Dunayer will teach this project.
The Fire Wheel, which is also known as an Indian Blanket and by its botanical name, Gaillardia Pulchella, is one of those wonderful Spring beauties. We see the lovely yellow, red and brown blossoms every year sharing the Texas fields and roadsides with so many other beautiful Texas wildflowers.
This little needlebook bears an interpretation of one, executed in wool felt and beads. You can carry a bright and cheery wildflower in with your “usual stitching supplies” even when the weather is not so Spring-y.
The $8.00 kit will contain the pattern and all fabrics, threads, ribbon, beads, and needles for you to make one. There will be a limited number of kits made. Deadline to sign up is May 6th. See May ASG Newsletter for coupon.
Bring scissors to cut fabric and to cut paper, and your other “usual stitching supplies”.