Prepared For Adventure - True North - Tobacco Brown
Maize, Sunflower, Tobacco Brown
When the Scouts first started using the fleur-de-lis as part of their insignia, it was a common image as the symbol for north on maps, and was the perfect sign for the Boy Scouts in their mission to show the way in doing his duty and helping others. Fleur-de-lis are about 1/4", from the 'Prepared For Adventure' collection by Norman Rockwell, © Brown and Bigelow, Inc. and with permission of the Boy Scouts of America, for Quilting Treasures. License is required for any use beyond individual consumption.