“Sassy Sunflowers in My Library #3” is a miniature quilt created by African American Quilter O.V. Brantley that measures just 10 x 10 inches. The quilt features a sunflower bordered by a batik and an African print.


“Sassy Sunflowers in My Library #3” was machine pieced and quilted. It is embellished with a wooden, painted button.


The back of the quilt is a library filled with books. A label documents the quilt.


It can be displayed on the wall with a small tack or tape, or it can be framed.


This small work of art is one-of-a-kind, and O.V. signed it on the front.


This art quilt was created and donated to the Atlanta Quilt Festival by African American quilter O.V. Brantley who lives in Atlanta, GA. O.V. exhibits each year at the Atlanta Quilt Festival. Visit ovbrantleyquilts.com to see more of her quilts or follow her on Instagram @ovbrantley or Facebook at O.V. Brantley Quilt Studio. She writes about her quilt journey at ovbrantleyquiltstudio.com.

Sassy Sunflower in My Library #3