Class show and tell

Morning

Jo has her “Briar Hill” back from the quilters and in class Jo stitched more of these sets together for her next quiltDenise brought her work in this cute bag;all the stems are down now and Denise started on the rest of the blockSue E has her pentagon flowers all stitched onher project is from this book, and there are just the diamonds to make up using the fabrics to the left of the bookCarole surprised me by setting up a sewing machine! (Who was this person and what had they done with hand piecing Carole?). So we had a lesson on machine piecing pinwheel blocks, which Carole enjoyed, and she set up another appliqué block too.

Sue W made more blocks, carefully selecting fabrics to ensure a balance of colourCarylin was working on another mouse appliquéand I helped Leanne with the mitre and appliqué sequence of her borders

Afternoon

Lyn stayed all day and made good progress on the blocks for her new quiltFernanda has finished the piecing for her improv quiltand in class we put together a backing made up from the leftovers, only having to buy the centre stripCathie finished another row in class, then stitched the first two rows togetherFrances set up another appliqué blockTineke decided to try machine piecing her triangle  togetherand Jane bought, cut and pieced her sashing strips, then sewed the first sashing between two sections.Meredithe x

This class is conducted at Sewn and Quilted

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5 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Cathy Mayne says:

    Wow! ALL of those ‘show n tell’ pieces are lovely. Thanks for sharing ladies. It does inspire one.

  2. helen says:

    Good morning! The charm of Fernanda’s improv quilt is absolutely irresistible, congratulations!
    And all the creations of your friends are beautiful, too!
    Best wishes!

  3. frayedattheedge says:

    I love the contrast between Fernanda’s and Cathie’s work!!

  4. Mirjam Hesseling says:

    Hello Meredith.

    Can you tell me the name of the mousequilt? I love that little mice.

    Enjoy your sunday.

    Kind regards,

    Mirjam Hesseling The Netherlands

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  5. Love the dachund bag – a cheerful way to bring a project in!

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