Protest Letter Fabric

Here’s a new mini-collection that I posted over on Spoonflower. All the designs were created from paper cut artwork, as shown below. Now you can make an impeach dress or a resist tote bag!

13 comments to Protest Letter Fabric

  • Juddaca Heater

    No politics in quilting! You suck ALL the fun out of quilting with this kind of post! Political points of view are the complete opposite of the entire point of quilting. Quilting is where we turn to escape real-world crap. Stop peddling/shoveling your crap upon us.

  • Mary Eunice Weinkauf

    Find a positive cause. no politics in quilting is the way to go.

  • Sharon

    Don’t listen to them!
    Art and Life ARE political !
    I really appreciate your efforts and designs!
    And your politics.

  • thelongthread

    Thanks for your support!

  • NancyB from Many LA

    I agree with Juddaca Heater. Division, not politics, has invaded every aspect of our lives. It does NO good to further the division. When you have quilters who gang up on other quilters, and cause this division, it has gone too far. Hobbies should be a refuge from this division, not a party to further it.

  • Stacy

    If you don’t like it, don’t buy it. Quilting has always been an artwork and has represented women’s lives and social issues for hundreds of years.

  • Anne Weaver

    These are wonderful. Love the message and the designs!

  • Ruth

    Thank you! Love the designs. Every aspect of our life is political. We are living in challenging times that require all of us to remain vigilant, if our democracy is to survive. Thanks for another way to maintain our freedom of expression through quilting!

  • Gata B. Hudson

    Yes, keep up the beautiful, inspirational designs!!

  • Annie

    Thank you! So happy whenever someone with an audience speaks for what is right. I’m going to send the link to my sewing friends – I think we have to make SOMETHING out of it! For those commenting to keep politics out of sewing, how about worrying more about the president taking away basic rights from our citizens before you complain about a sewing blogger stating their point of view (in an artistic and crafty way!).

  • Sandy

    Yes! What a beautiful artistic way to use a failing system and make something wonderful out of it, and express ourselves while we still can before it to is taken away from us! Use your freedom of speech! Love, love, love the designs! Beautiful work?!

  • Amanda Gaskin

    These designs are wonderful. We must speak up for what we believe in and these designs give us an opportunity to do that. Thank you.

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