I did manage to drag myself from my sick bed last week to get to class for my students, but haven’t had the oomph to post about it, but better had before it gets too late!
We were spoilt with morning tea from Linda, a delicious banana loafSue E stitched more of her squaresand bought some of the new fabrics in the storeI helped Leanne cut the final borders for a quiltand she shopped too for some fabrics for a new projectCarole nearly finished the next block and I did some pen work on the bugsand we set up a little block for her too
and in class she was busy with her hand quiltingLyn finished machine quilting her little quiltFernanda had finished the applique for her bagshe then started running stitch embroidery around all the applique pieces and also chose some fabrics for the lining and topLinda has block 1 finishedand together we set up and she started work on block 2Linda also showed us a beautiful supper cloth that she’s bought, complete with embroidery threads and she’s going to embroider itand she shared a photo of her finished and hanging “Umbrella” quiltWe were spoilt in the afternoon too as it was Cheryl’s birthday and she brought in a cake to shareCheryl has made 4 of the “Star a Day” blocksand she’s working on a clam shell project tooTineke has finished the hand quilting on her quiltand she worked some more of her birdSue M made more “Woodlands” blocks and stitched some togetherAfter a bit of brain work from me (not easy when you’re not well!) with directional fabric and just-not-quite-enough, Helen cut and stitched on the outer side borders for her top (we’ll work on the top and bottom borders next time!)Frances started putting her blocks togetherJane worked on her next blockbut she had The Best Show and Tell…….her Double Wedding Ring quilt is finished!!and looks fabulous! Jane and I learnt a lot during this quilt journey!
This class is held at Sewn and Quilted
(and Prue, if you’re reading this, hope you enjoyed your visit to Melbourne!)