The first of the Flags of the Confederacy is the "Stars and Bars" flag.
This flag was flown from March of 1861 to May of 1861. It had seven stars and three stripes, two red and one white. The next flags kept the design but the star count changed from nine, to eleven and then thirteen in 1861 to 1863. These flags are still though to be the best of the Confederate Flags, but more followed.
The second flag was the "Stainless Banner" flag, which changed twice between 1863 and 1865. The change was for the size of the Battle Flag in the upper left corner. Other than that, the flag remained the same design until the next flag, which was the "Blood Stained banner," which displayed a red vertical strip at the right side end of the flag.
There are other flags such as the "First Confederate Navy Jack," "Second Confederate Navy Jack" and the "Navy Jack of the CSA" as well as the 1863 naval ensign. How the Confederate flag is flown is still an emotional roller coaster for some. Many believe that the flag is a symbol of slavery and racism. Some organizations and groups such as the Ku Klux Klan and the Neo-Nazis use the flag as symbols of their plan.
Although the Confederate Flags have changed, they are still used for many reasons. You can find these flags online for printing to be used for any reason you see fit. The flags represent different things for different organizations. The United Daughters of the Confederacy use the flags and so does the Sons of the Confederate Veterans.
If you look around, you will see many Confederate Flags in windows, on cars and on flagpoles. Because there are many different flags, you can choose a different one for different projects.