Class show and tell

Double show and tell for the first of the month!  (Well, triple really cos I’m a week behind!)

Firstly from the class at the quilt shop…….

Rosalie joined us and brought along a quilt that she made with me in a class many,  many years ago, all beautifully finished.  It’s always so lovely to see the finished product!and she started a baby quilt, hand piecing tiny Drunkards Path blocks in black and grey and adding a splash of colour with the orange printFernanda had finished all her blocks, and took advantage of the two tables for a layoutand stitched most of it together by machine during class

Denise did a layout too having made up all her EPP piecesand she spent some time after that cutting out the triangle piecesI helped Val cut her borders and she started tracing out the applique design and prepping the stems for Di Ford-Hall’s “Pendle Hill” (I think from Di’s 2nd book), having already made some of the flowersJennifer did some more cutting for her Dresden Plate quilt and a little bit of stitching tooand Frances has decided to use up the fabrics from the last couple of quilts, so she started cutting some squares for 4-patch blocks (and I couldn’t help myself but to put the squares into sets!)Meredithe x

This class is held at the quilt shop, Eltham

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6 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Kyle says:

    I always enjoy seeing everyone’s progress.

  2. barbvedder says:

    me too!

  3. frayedattheedge says:

    Lots of super work!!

  4. Cheryl kerr says:

    I love Rosalie’s quilt, the pinks get me every time.

  5. Chookyblue says:

    Always so inspiring…….

  6. A great day, so much progress on so many fronts!

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