Class show and tell


Remember the pile of fabric that Jo and I sorted last week?  Well Jo became a little addicted during the week and finished ALL of theseCarylin is busy with broderie perseCarole finished one block and started anotherBeth is stitching Drunkards Path blocksDenise is back on her “CampaniaSue E is slowly getting thereSue W is speeding alongand Dorothy from New Zealand, who joined us earlier in the year when she was visiting family, is back in town again, and she brought along the quilt she started with me.


Fernanda is having fun putting her blocks togetherand in class she learnt to make flying geese and we put together a few more blocksJane also put blocks together, machine piecing the hand stitched blocks into rowsCathie started cutting for a new quilt, and put together one block to see how it looksTineke has all her bias stitched, so we looked at how the corners join and she started appliqueing the star flowersand Frances made inroads on her Christmas tree hangingMeredithe x

Class is at Sewn and Quilted

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7 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Carrolyn v says:

    Oh my, oh my, oh my….love, love, love them all! I just love your eclectic, busy blocks! Stunning!

  2. Quilting and patchwork do seem to be an addiction – but such a productive and lovely addiction!

  3. thimbleanna says:

    So many fun projects — and lots of inspiration! I don’t know how you guys get anything done — I’d be too busy checking out everyone’s projects!

  4. Cécile says:

    Your students are very productive M ! I love the 1930’s fabrics … so much ideas with them !

  5. Kyle says:

    Lots of wonderful stitching going on. Carylin’s broderie perse is lovely.

  6. frayedattheedge says:

    Lots of wonderful projects – but of course Dorothy’s quilt is the star!!

  7. Linda Dutch says:

    Love Beth’s drunkards path blocks, very pretty! And the two Sues projects both look interesting! And I’m also wondering what direction Fernanda’s quilt is going with those lovely Tilda fabrics?

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