Class show and tell

Morning

We did a layout for Marilyn’s hexagons

20160528-171118.jpgJo cut out more blocks, then laid one out and learnt about curved piecing

20160528-171212.jpgSue E played with pentagons for a new quilt

20160528-171250.jpgDenise was delighted with the pattern created with her fussy cut fabric star

20160528-171330.jpgLeanne laid out her “shells” and started to appliqué them down

20160528-171441.jpgBeth played with small hexagons and circles

20160528-171528.jpgTiny, aren’t they?

Afternoon

Dot had this block finished

20160528-171721.jpgand cut out and started stitching this one

20160528-171802.jpgFrances finished stitching up this block

20160528-171837.jpgthen she made the pieces for the next one and we played with the order of the geese

20160528-171924.jpgand Tineke learnt how to attach and mitre her first borders.

20160528-172014.jpgand to those girls who are absent due to the virus currently going around; we missed you and hope you’re feeling better soon!

Meredithe x

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6 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. What an industrious group! I do hope your invalids get well again soon…

  2. Today’s gold star has to go to Denise’s fussy cut star! As always lots of super projects – your students are busy girls!

  3. Karen Ruta says:

    Oh how I wish that I lived in Australia instead of Canada! 😍

  4. Carrolyn v says:

    Lovely, lovely blocks, fussy cutting and EPP! Like Karen in the comments, I wish I lived closer to the talented Australians. But I am almost in CAnada!!! So hard to find ladies here who love handwork!

  5. treadlemusic says:

    I never cease to be fascinated by the fabric combos that are put together by you all! The piecing is definitely in the spotlight but I always get great ideas for all those prints that are available!!! Thanks for sharing!!!!

  6. I love the combination of your fabrics, they are not so common here in Europe. Love what your students made. Tineke….that’s a very Dutch name and if I’m correct she working with fabrics from Dutch heritage, right?

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