Class show and tell

Here’s the second installment for the start of the month, and this class is held at Sewn and Quilted in Blackburn.


Carole was making another blockSue E cut the background pieces for her “CarouselSue W put the binding on her quiltJo and I chose another set of pieces for her next blockBeth almost completed another row by end of classCarylin has just one more side to stitch little hexies on toand Denise chose another set for her next blockAfternoon

Lyn stayed all day and made up more of her blocksFrances had the borders finished on her BIG quiltand she put the binding on her niece’s triangle quiltTineke learnt some new embroidery stitches as we played with different stitch combinations for her woolly bit circlesJane has a system for getting her DWR pieces stitched, starting three rows at once and by class end had 9 strips completed!  Great system!Meredithe x

This class is held at Sewn and Quilted in Blackburn

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6 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. glendajean says:

    Great blog and you just solved a big problem for me, I’m making a Penny Rug on a WWII grey rug that was my dads, and was wondering how I was going to sew all these felt circles down other than buttonhole stitich, Now I’ll just have fun and use different stitiches as Tineke is doing, her work is beautiful. Thanks for a great blog to visit every day. Cheers Glenda

  2. Linda Dutch says:

    Lots of great inspiration today! Quite a clever idea, doing 3 rows at once! And lots of pretty fabrics going into those ‘carousel’ blocks, they all look wonderful!

  3. I think one of the interesting parts of all needlecrafts is the way we all work out Systems to suit ourselves!

  4. Loving the woolly bits and the DWR!!

  5. Kyle says:

    Once you figure out a system, it’s amazing how fast things go.

  6. Judy says:

    Love love love those Carousel blocks, such beautiful fabrics. Happy Mother’s Day to your sweet mum!

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