Class show and tell


Carole has finished her Star a Day quilt!

20141113-143255.jpgAll hand pieced and hand quilted – just lovely!

20141113-143328.jpgSandra has started putting together her Star a Day quilt with the green fabric she bought last week.

20141113-143429.jpgLooks great, doesn’t it?!

Sue 3’s grand daughter, at all of four years old, chose the fabric combinations for these four stars!

20141113-143533.jpgDidn’t she do a wonderful job? I sense a new quilter in the making!

And Lois was trying her hand at tying this pretty quilt.

20141113-143649.jpgThe others were working on projects which should be ready for pics very soon!


Sue 1 has made these blocks

20141113-145438.jpgand we had fun together choosing fabrics for more blocks!

We’ve created a monster in Carylin, as she’s started Farmers’s Wife this past week and has already made these blocks

20141113-145617.jpgplus put these Star a Day blocks together

20141113-145657.jpgand made this block in class!

20141113-145729.jpgMarilyn has made this sweet top from 1930’s fabrics

20141113-145813.jpgIt’s to lay along the end of the bed and will look so lovely over a white bead spread.

Lisa brought in a quilt top she’s been making with Trish Harper

20141113-150040.jpgisn’t it gorgeous?! What’s that? A few close ups? By all means!



20141113-150202.jpgJane finished off these four tiny stars in class

20141113-150238.jpgChris cut out the first of her stars for Sarsaparilla

20141113-150512.jpgand Marilyn was playing with hexagons!

Meredithe x

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12 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Jennifer G says:

    Oh so many beautiful projects and pictures. Thanks for sharing Meredithe!

  2. Can we please see the back of the star quilt? It might give me some ideas. I can’t imagine hand quilting it, can we see a closer picture. Anyhow, it looks gorgeous. Being inquisitive aren’t I?

    Now, what is your take on ‘steampunk’?

  3. Cécile says:

    Every photo looks …incredible !
    All the ladies made an amazing work ! WOW ! Bravo ladies !
    One question : for the quilt “one star a day”, how many stars are there ? 365 ?
    It’s simply gorgeous ! I luuuuuuuuuuuv it ! 🙂

  4. wow wow wow wow wow wow !!!!!!!!

  5. Cécile says:

    I forgot….congrats to the little girl who choose the fabrics !
    A future quilter is born !!

  6. elainesuller says:

    Beautiful quilts! Is there a pattern available for the Trish Harper quilt?

  7. treadlemusic says:

    You gals must NOT sleep!!!! I’m totally blown away by each one’s progress!!!! And hand done, too!!!! Yikes!!!!

  8. bermudagirl says:

    Hi Meredithe, thanks so much for sharing! Again, wow you and your sewing ladies are all so talented. I love seeing all the hand quilting and piecing. Makes me so happy to know there are other people out there doing this, I know so many people who look at you like you have four heads, when you tell them you hand quilted your quilt. Love those pastel quilts! What inspiration, makes me want to get back to my quilt. Been in the sewing room, trying to hand sew/quilt a sewing machine cover, trying being the operative word. I think I should stick to quilting, by hand!

  9. audrey says:

    So much good stuff! Lots of inspiration.:)

  10. rachaeldaisy says:

    Such a wonderful show and tell!!

  11. barbvedder says:

    wonderful quilts!! i love the tiny stars and the house quilt is so sweet and has such wonderful details.

  12. thimbleanna says:

    Wow — as always, wonderful inspiration! I love all the pretty stars — it’s fun to see how different each quilt looks!

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