Class show and tell

Classes have started back at the quilt shop this month too.

We had a couple of new ladies join us; Val is making a Di Ford-Hall quilt and has the centre finishedand we put it up on the design wall ready to try out some hexies for the next rowPat was new too and her children had given her this pretty box last Mothers’ Day and she’s keen to use it to full capacity, so we had an embroidery lesson to complete the butterflies on a quilt she’s determined to finishVeronica finished her hand quilting over the Summerand she loves this little quilt now (Yes!!!  my work here is done!!)Veronica is also working on a family tree quilt, making two different hexagon star shapes and embroidering the names of all her family starting with her parents.and Denise, oh Denise, has started a new quilt!!  Oh Bliss, oh joy!Can’t wait to see how this one comes together.

Meredithe x

This class is held at the quilt shop, Eltham.  If you’d like to come along, just click here for details of the class, “Back on Track”, and to contact the shop.

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5 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Julie says:

    Lots of interesting quilts in progress, these days always sound like a lovely day out.

  2. anudge says:

    Val’s quilt is going to be a stunner. I’d be very interested as to how she made that center. Lots of Broderie perse?

  3. A wonderful start to the session. Lots of lovely fabrics and patterns to enjoy.

  4. frayedattheedge says:

    A very good start to your new session. I love the idea of the family tree quilt – but I have so few relatives, mine would be a very small quilt indeed!!

  5. Kyle says:

    An exciting beginning!

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