Class show and tell

Morning

Sue E has been making lots of pentagons for her new quilt from Brigitte’s new book

20160618-113216.jpgSue W’s quilt was back from quilting

20160618-113355.jpgand I showed her how to attach the binding

20160618-113454.jpgJo has been stitching down her “Briar Hill” blocks (pattern by Sue Ambrose – Somerset Patchwork)

20160618-113703.jpgand in class she was stitching Steampunk

20160618-113841.jpgLynne mitred her borders

20160618-114012.jpgKaren learnt another new embroidery stitch

20160618-114048.jpgand Karen’s quilt was also back from quilting

20160618-114123.jpgKaren made this quilt using my “Carpenter’s Wheel” template set. If you’d like to learn how to make this quilt, or another using any of my template sets, I’m teaching at the Sewn and Quilted Winter Workshop on Friday 1st July. Click the link for further details or contact the shop on (03) 9877 1664. I’d love to see you there!

Afternoon

Tineke was chain piecing piles of pinwheels

20160618-114757.jpgFrances cut and prepped another block, and chose fabrics for several others

20160618-114837.jpgDot pulled out all her blocks and we played with settings

20160618-114906.jpgthen she cut out a few more

20160618-114933.jpgCarilyn has started on her appliqué

20160618-115007.jpgand Cathie was busy cutting and sewing, and cutting and sewing…..

20160618-115037.jpg

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10 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Carrolyn v says:

    So much fun and inspiration in an afternoon is probably illegal ….or should be taxed! Tee hee…..wonderful, wonderful.

  2. Cécile says:

    Your students are very inspired and talented M !
    Lovely projects in this post !!
    I wish you a great and funny weekend !

  3. Love the look of that applique tall ship…

  4. There are just so many wonderful projects, it is hard to select one for this week’s gold star – but I think it has to go to Sue’s fussy cut pentagons!

  5. Judy says:

    Totally awesome work, you have amazing students.

  6. Kyle says:

    Sue E.’s pentagon shapes are adorable and I recognize Tineke’s pinwheels. No one can say there’s not much variety in quilt making! Thanks for the sock yarn recommendation.

  7. Helen F says:

    Thought the red and white quilt looked familiar!!

  8. Chookyblue says:

    wow the carpenters wheel looks great………….

  9. I would love to be there July 1…. one day! Such a gorgeous carpenter’s wheel quilt!

  10. rachaeldaisy says:

    Oh such a lot of pretty sewing going on!!

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