…okay not so blue but oh so warm. Humidity in the islands these past few weeks have been record breaking. So put your quilting aside and applique is the name of the game. Our Bible Series with patterns of flowers mentioned in the Bible and found throughout the regions where Christianity was born. …In the…
Quilt Designing is always about what inspires you and your story. 6 years ago John created the Cushion/Wall hanging pattern book called the Bible Series, inspired by the flowers and places of the bible. These patterns were designed as a reflection of hope, peace, love and charity to everyone who quilts its design.
Indiana was settled in 1733 and became a state on Dec 11, 1816. The Peony is the state’s designated flower.
Illinois was settled in 1720 and became a state on December 3, 1818. The violet is the state’s designated flower. Designed by John Serrao. 45″ x 45″
The Apple Blossoms. A favorite flower worldwide especially in Aomori where it produces over 50% of the apple market in Japan. Designed by John Serrao 45″ x 45″
The Pali Lookout gives you an amazing view of the Koolau Mountains on the Windward Side. Below these mountains Hoomaluhia Gardens with its variety of floral beauties of the Monsterra, Heleconia, Torch Ginger and Hibiscus is a great place to find calming peace. 90″x 90″ – Queen/Full Size Designed by John Serrao
Aloha…. I know it’s been awhile since I wrote on my actual website instead of my Facebook but I have some really amazing patterns to post and share with all of you. We’ve been busy as you can tell by our Facebook but not to busy to introduce new designs in the coming months. Amazing John has…
My heart belongs to the people of Kanagawa. An area steeped in tradition,where history was made and many of my friends and family reside. The Golden-Rayed Lily for everyone who makes their home in Kanagawa. Designed by John Serrao
Yamagata Prefecture known mostly for its cherries and pears and all fruits sweet and delicious. For our friends in Yamagata, your prefecture flower the safflower. Designed by John Serrao
The Fukui Prefecture where Dinosaurs once roamed but today where the Narcissus blooms throughout the region. For all our friends in Fukui. What a beautiful home you have.
The Miyagi prefecture is considered one of the three most scenic views of Japan and the Bush Clover is their chosen prefecture flower. This quilt was designed for the people of Miyagi.
Located on the island of Shikoku, Ehime Prefecture is another of Japan’s popular tourist destination. It is also the leading producers of mandarin oranges. A design of mandarin oranges for our friends of Ehime.
Toyama Prefecture is located at the center of Japan and is appropriately known as the gateway of the Sea of Japan. In Toyama the tulips blooms reveal their beautiful colors in spring.
Known as the gateway to Japan because of it’s most southern location in Kyushu Kagoshima Prefecture is also home to the small leaf Azalea.
Wakayama Prefecture borders Kyoto, Osaka, Nara and Mie and is very close to the Kasai International Airport. Known for it’s Mandarin Oranges and especially the Ume it also borders the Pacific Ocean. Designed by John Serrao 45″ x 45″