More class show and tell

Back to Sewn and Quilted for this next post; we had a few away on grandma duty for school holidays, but lots for you still to see.


I helped Denise choose the background and border fabrics for her “Carousel

Carole cut and stitched more of her background piecesand I think(!) we’ve talked Beth into making all 16 of the blocks (she was stopping at 12)Afternoon

Linda stayed all day and we sorted out a border issue on her baby quiltwhich was all tucked very neatly into this cute tinand between classes, Linda has spent some time cutting for her next projectand making blocks, several more of which she made during the day; she’s aptly making “The Welsh Quilt” for her Welsh brother-in-lawLyn stayed all day too, and she has her first row of blocks togetherHelen brought in all the blocks she’s been working on and we tried a layout Jane did more DWRand Fernanda chose borders, we cut the corners of her quilt and trimmed up the sides, then she added the first border and cut the secondMeredithe x

This class is held at Sewn and Quilted

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5 Responses to More class show and tell

  1. frayedattheedge says:

    Lots of lovely projects!!

  2. All doing very well indeed!

  3. Kyle says:

    Everyone continues doing an awesome job!

  4. I like Helen’s blocks! EPP is fun even if it is time consuming.

  5. Wow those Carossel blocks are just beautiful, they look superb with the gingham background fabric. That tin is adorable, it would look nice in my collection. I love Helen’s blocks, the layout looks really good. It’s nice to see how those Diamond Wedding Ring pieces come together. Another lovely show and tell, thanks Meredithe.

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