Class show and tell

It’s the beginning of the month so we have double show and tell!

Firstly from the quilt shop

Val has stitched the vine down for her first border and had a layout of the “flowers”Decisions made, she started basting them ready for appliqueingand Val has been busy making the flowers for the other borders tooDenise has finished her first “Mrs Peach” block and started on the secondJennifer stitched pairs of another Dresden Plate togetherand a very astute and loving son bought her a gift certificate from the shop for her birthday, so we went shopping!  (Always love helping other people spend their money/gift certificates!)Fernanda worked on her “Take an Element” bagand Rosalie and I started working on a layout for her wall hangingMeredithe x

This class is held at the quilt shop, Eltham

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6 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Carrolyn V says:

    I may not comment on every post but there is NEVER one that I don’t read, and reread, and savor. Such beautiful blocks and color combinations. I think there must be something special in the air and water of Australia. I love it. I am soooooo happy to be taking a class next week in Sisters , Oregon from Kathy Doughty! Perhaps she can teach me some of your secrets! Just delightful, always! I am awaiting your coming to the West coast of the USA, Meredith.

  2. Chookyblue says:

    I got tempted by Mrs peach papers in Sydney to……

  3. I’m intrigued by that vine – it’s looking very good!

  4. Cécile says:

    Lots of beautiful projects in this post ! Love a lot the appliqué of Val !

  5. Mirjam says:

    That’s also on my WIM-list: a quilt made with the drunkman’s path pattern. I already have the molds (?) in house.😉🤗

  6. Again! all projects are going great! I have never asked before are the classes held at a shop or someone’s home! Wherever – looks like fun!

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