Class show and tell


Sue 3 has the body of her “Green Tea” finished!

20150611-152643.jpgand Carole had more blocks for hers

20150611-152715.jpgThree students made block keepers, here’s Anne-Maree’s

20150611-152800.jpghoping to show you the other two soon.

Lois was hand quilting

20150611-152839.jpgSue 3 cut lots of leaves

20150611-152904.jpgPearl made hour glass blocks

20150611-152932.jpgand Nicole started appliquéing her circles on



Carylin has lots of her quilt top together

20150611-153101.jpgand she has three more King George III blocks done

20150611-153252.jpgSue 2 stitched one set of blocks to her centre

20150611-153328.jpgJane sewed the final borders onto her quilt

20150611-153359.jpgand has chosen these fabrics for her new quilt…….you’ll have to wait until next week to see what she’s making!

20150611-153500.jpgMarilyn marked and paired up these pieces……..again, you’ll have to wait to see what they’ll be……

20150611-153552.jpgSue 1 started appliquéing her borders

20150611-153619.jpgFiona is having EPP fun

20150611-153644.jpgChris is putting borders together

20150611-153713.jpgand Alison started binding this gorgeous Liberty hexie quilt.


Meredithe x

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10 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. I love the fabrics that Jane has chosen, and I’m looking forward to seeing what she is going to make! I know I say it every week – lots of fabulous work (but then they do have the best teacher!!)

  2. Carolyn says:

    What beautiful work! I noticed that the lady who was hand quilting had basted her quilt with pins rather than sewing. I have often wondered if that is possible. I might have to give it a try! Thank you for sharing.

  3. treadlemusic says:

    Particularly in love with Alison’s and Sue 3’s quilt is amazing!!! Inspiring, all, to say the least!!!!!!

  4. Kyle says:

    Sue 3’s top is so bright and summery with so many wonderful blocks. Great job. Everyone has a fantastic sense of putting fabrics together and Each project is fun to study. You are a talented teacher and coach.

  5. Quilter 501 says:

    I am so in love with all these projects. Perhaps I can hostess your group next week??? Wouldn’t that be wonderful! A sew together in the pacific NW of the USA. Let me dream…….you are such a talented group!!! I could never choose a favorite from this group. Actually right now am stitching at a hot springs resort in British Columbia. My husband doesn’t understand why I bring stitching along on a short trip…….saying that as he loads his golf clubs!!!

  6. Cécile says:

    I agree with Anne ! Your students have the best teacher !
    So all the projects are surely beautiful !

  7. thimbleanna says:

    Wow — what an amazing lot! You guys are amazing — and you always have the best quilt patterns that I haven’t seen before! I love the little Liberty hexie quilt — the rose hexies aren’t a Liberty fabric too, are they?

  8. Carole Minihan says:

    Love Alison’s hexi quilt, and beautiful work by everyone

  9. Judy Beck says:

    Meredith, what is the size of Alison’s hexie? Such a beauty. I agree with Quilter 501, impossible to pick a favorite. Very anxious to see what Jane does with the sweet 30’s prints. Amazing, just amazing. I am having fun with my Aunt’s Quilt and Jen’s new fabrics. The twelve pieced blocks are finished, time to start the applique. Thanks for the great photos.

  10. rachaeldaisy says:

    I love it all!! It’s one big fun, fabric, happy sewing fest. I bet these classes are a highlight of the week for you all.

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