Love the rooster! I think making the flag from nylon is a fabulous idea. Much better than burlap, as it dries quickly. I need to find mine now and try it. Excellent work!
Love it! Did you use nylon for your flag? Hugs. Nan
Yes..rip-stop nylon for all my flags. TY!
It looks awesome, awesome1! Love Chris
By the way I forgot to add I love your flag,
Cute! He looks carefree.
I have been wanting to make me another flag however, I don't know what fabric to use, to keep from fading and waterproof. What have you used? The afternoon sun is on my front so it will be in the sun most of the day.
Fabric is rip-stop nylon. I've made many flags, usually the big ones that hang from the pole on the house, and always pieced together in a pattern of some kind. Even if seasonal or holidays, they all faded eventually. I'm tired of the work. Like you, Toogie, I get direct sun on front after noon..it shines up a street, focused on my house front until it sets. No trees in the street to block it; only small dogwood trees in the yard. My paint takes a beating! So I now satisfy my flag fetish with these small ones. Not so much labor or waste. Your fabric store ( like joanns), tho mine was found at big fabric store. It's much more fun embroidering designs than cutting patterns!
What a fun design to welcome friends and family.
How funny and cute. The rooster makes me smile. You did a great job
What a fun flag!
It is so Adorable and Gorgeous!!!Clever idea!!!
This is just adorable!!! What kind of fabric did you use for your flag? It looks perfect! Hugs, Laura
Curious minds want to know. I had a bought one that faded bad.
Why do you put flags on your front door??
Is it an US thing or do you just do it to brighten up the entry?? Just curious.
It is not uncommon to put a garden flag up in a front yard. It does brighten everything and it is a welcoming touch. It is a good question!! Hugs, Laura