Class show and tell

Morning

Carole had finished one small block and during class stitched lots on another, and I helped out with pen work on the insectsMorning class was only small, so Jo and I worked together as a team and soon she had all these stars made, and emptied a reel of thread to boot!  (yes, they’re yet to be pressed)and Sue E prepped more squares ready to be stitched

Afternoon

Lyn stayed all day and showed us a beautiful embroidered cloth, started by her mother and finished by Lyn and one which Lyn uses toothe stitching is amazing; all done by handand Lyn prepped and attached her binding, and started hand stitching it downHelen cut and pinned the final borders (my maths from the previous week was correct!) and we hatched a plan for the hexagons…..and she worked on some more “Sweet Sunday” blocksSue M has started on a second “Woodlands” quilt top for her other grand daughterJane stitched the base for her next block and started to lay out the felt flowersFernanda is going well with her hand quiltingand she added the top and the extra applique pieces to her bagFrances finished sewing her blocks together with the sashingsand Cheryl worked on her “Pele Mele” blocks

Meredithe x

This class is held at Sewn and Quilted

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5 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Mirjam says:

    Good progress of your students. The stitching of the embroidered cloth is really amazing. It looks like machine work, even better! Fernanda her hand quilting is very good. Well done Fernanda!🤗

  2. Lori says:

    Thanks for sharing. I am really intrigued with the stars!

  3. That is a lovely cloth, and good to know it is still in use. Lots of progress on your own projects, and someone else’s, long finished, to admire – a perfect day.

  4. Sandi says:

    WOW, what a talented group of stitchers! I always enjoy looking at the projects your groups are working on. Thank you for all the pictures. Hugs,

  5. audrey says:

    Love that red sawtooth border so much!

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