As long as I can remember, I've loved the Summer Solstice, which is also known as Litha, or Mid Summer. I made this string of seven flags, in fiery shades of yellow, orange and red to celebrate the longest day of the year. It features multiple suns printed in yellow on three different red prints, Goddesses printed in red on two different orange prints, and pentacles printed in orange on two different yellow prints. For extra movement and color, I added yarns and recycled fabric strips in more warm colors, including metallic gold.
The flags measure 10 inches wide, by 10.5 inches long, and they're sewn on recycled sari silk yarn. The flag string is a little over 6 feet long, (75 inches) not including extra yarn ties at the ends.
Use them outside, but be aware these fabrics could fade in direct sunlight if you leave them up for awhile. Or, use them indoors to brighten up, and bring energy to your workspace, a doorway, or anywhere.
These flags ship free in the US.
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