Denise is having such fun with the connector pieces for her EPP, finding fabulous secondary patterns when the pieces are put together Sue E is up to here with her “Hedgerow“and started the cutting and prepping for the next bordersAnne-Maree prepped more applique pieces for her projectand Jo is going well with her piecing.
At lunchtime, Bev, a regular S&Q customer came in with this gorgeous quilt that we all drooled over, made with Liberty’s and plainsand with a Liberty backing (a present from her son when he was living/working in London – so yes, it’s from The Liberty Shop!!)
I had four students stay all day; Carylin bought up for another projectand is making wonderful inroads on her “Albertine” Fernanda spent the morning hand quilting, learning how to achieve curved linesand in the afternoon worked on her blocksLinda had this yummy box (which originally held mugs, but so useful as a sewing box! – I’m sure Liz would approve)containing the bitsfor her “Birdsville” which we laid out and started arrangingand Linda brought along her friend Sue who was appliqueing and needed some help with pointsand Sue also wants to branch out from reproduction fabrics, so we gently chose some one-step-on fabrics for “Sugar Plum“
And the other afternoon girls? Well, Cheryl worked on more “Sweet Sunday” blocks and we chose some fabrics for borders/backings for a couple of other projects that are nearly finishedFrances got two rows of her project togetherJane made two and a bit blocksand Tineke had her hand quilting finished and started on the bindingMeredithe x
This class is held at Sewn and Quilted