Class show and tell

Morning

Sue E cut more pieces for her quilt (the Welsh Quilt, pattern by Sandra Boyle, Everyday Quilts) Denise started on her borderLeanne has fallen in love with big stitch hand quilting after our last lesson together (yay!!) and she had finished hand quilting her little quilt, so she had a binding lesson this timeand Marilyn is making more blocks

Afternoon

Jane has finished her first block of her BOMand in class made a good start on the secondFour students stayed all day and achieved heaps!

Fernanda finished off the centre of her Dollies and cut, pinned and stitched the outsideTineke stitched on the binding of her Christmas quilt and we made a rod pocket and attached it tooCheryl and I had fun sorting through and making sets of her fabrics and doileys for her “Sweet Sunday” blocks and she started cutting outand Frances has started “Sweet Sunday” too, but we interrupted that for her to attach the binding to one of her quilts too (and she cut out and prepped the binding for another quilt)It felt very much like “Binding Day”!

Meredithe x

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7 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Carrolyn V says:

    Oh my, oh my…..such beautiful blocks and patterns! I am soooooo in love with the Sweet Sunday pattern. I have a box full of vintage linens made by my aunt and mom and have been looking for a way to use them. …….and your templates are divine. Hand stitching isn’t as popular where I am but it makes my heart sing and feeds my soul! I soooooo wish we were neighbors!

  2. Carole Minihan says:

    Leanes quilting worked out beautifully

  3. It sounds so luxurious, a whole day stitching and eating with friends!

  4. great job for all of you!

  5. Lynette says:

    Lots of GOOD stuff here! Those dolls!

  6. frayedattheedge says:

    I love Leanne’s big stitching and Jane’s BOM!

  7. Kyle says:

    Everyone seems to make great use of their class time with you.

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