Class show and tell


What could be in Marilyn’s gorgeous case?Lots of circles, in fact enough for two quilts!  And she worked on more in classFernanda stayed all day and showed off a shirt she made during the week (I recognise that fabric!)and the centre of her “Dancing Dollies” she finishedand this sweet needlecase she also made during the week Sue W had fun with my Christmas Tree blockwhich has a pocket in the trunk just perfect for a little sweet surprise (a bobbin was the best we could do!)and by class end Sue had nearly three blocks madeTineke stitched some woolly bits flowersand Denise did lots of tracing and cuttingA customer came in during class to collect her quilted quilt and showed us too.  Beryl was delighted with the outcome, as were we!  Always enjoy show and tell.


Fernanda, as I said, stayed all day and started working on the blocks for her “Dancing Dollies“, making one of each so she knew what to doand then cutting lots, ready to stitch some moreCheryl stayed all day too and cut out lots for her “Sweet Sunday” from the sets we chose last week, and stitched some up tooFrances was also in prep mode for her “Sweet Sunday”, choosing and cutting out lots Jane had finished sewing the star part of her block, so she prepped and stitched the outer and sewed the two together and phew, the centre fits!so she started the embroidering on the centre.Meredithe x

This class is held at Sewn and Quilted

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6 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Carrolyn V says:

    How do you get anything done looking at everyone else’s beautiful blocks? Stunning as usual! Sighhhhhhh eye Candy galore!

  2. Annie Gunn says:

    Lovely work by all of your girls. Always something in your blogs to tempt us, yet again.

  3. ceciled05 says:

    Your students are sooo busy like Fernanda who is very prolific !
    Congratulations ladies !

  4. frayedattheedge says:

    You could have written my comment for me …….. you know my favourite is the woolly bits!!

  5. Well done to all – a good day!

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