Class show and tell

Morning

Marilyn brought along her Robyn’s Nest quilt – it just needs binding now.

20160227-100525.jpgFrom the background fabrics she bought last week, Marilyn had cut some squares and she was busy appliquéing circles in class

20160227-100632.jpgJo has some more hexagons made

20160227-100708.jpgCarole has made some blocks

20160227-100751.jpgto go with the first of her Dancing Dollies (which we’ve nicknamed Voodoo Dolly!)

20160227-101026.jpgKaren’s corner is coming together, we just need to tweak the final odd shaped lozenge

20160227-101128.jpgLeanne is appliquéing

20160227-101302.jpgBeth had a lesson in fussy cutting

20160227-101336.jpgand Sue is slowly getting her centre done.

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During the day Kim came for a visit and showed us all this gorgeous quilt top

20160227-101512.jpgwhich she’s made from this book

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Afternoon

Lyn stayed all day and finished machine appliquéing all her blocks (we found the fourth little one hiding under the big one at pack up time!)

20160227-102517.jpgDot has neeeearly finished her cutting

20160227-102553.jpgCarylin cut out her next little quilt for Little Quilt-aholics Club

20160227-102909.jpgand Tineke ventured into the world of fussy cutting and hand piecing in starting the Quiltmania BOM for 2016 “Discovery”

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Meredithe x

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10 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Beth Domaille says:

    Enjoyed reading your blog Meredithe, looking forward to my next class with you – Cheers Beth

  2. Voodoo dolly. Love it 🙂 the use of pattern in the hexagons is so effective too.

  3. treadlemusic says:

    Awesome stitcheries, as always! The “Voodoo Dolly” made me cringe a bit!!!! LOL!!!!!

  4. Cécile says:

    As usual, there are many beautiful projects !
    Thank you for sharing M !

  5. A grand selection of achievements!

  6. Lots of excellent work from your new students!!

  7. rachaeldaisy says:

    LOL, Voodoo Dolly!!! That’s soooo funny!

  8. Michelle says:

    Such lovely blocks! I would love to be a member of your group!

  9. Callista Garman says:

    It’s wonderful to see all the interesting work the ladies are doing always inspiring. I was fortunate enough to see Lee Heinrich when she did a trunk show at the local quilt guild here in Milwaukee a couple of years ago. Her work is very refreshing and interesting.

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