Class show and tell

This class is held at Sewn and Quilted……


Denise brought in a delicious coconut slice for all to shareand she fussy cut some more for her new project and we may have changed some of the fabrics too….Anne Maree has finished the quilt she and her daughter made for their grandson/sonand together we chose fabrics for some more blocks and Anne Maree prepped themCarole finished off some of her little blocks and I did the pen work so this little group is now done!Carylin had a little retail therapy with new fabrics (Baltimore House)and worked on her hand quiltingand Sue E was working on the last of her squares borders


Two students stayed all day; Lyn has her little quilt all finishedand she wanted to make something with this fabric sent to her by an English friendand so we worked out best cutting and she stitched the first of these blockswhich will probably have some of this sweet fabric in it too (also from England)Fernanda has finished this quilt top which she started in last week’s classand is progressing well with her “Ruby May” blocksand in class she finished her sweet MSG bag Susan M has finished both her grand daughters’ “Woodlands” quilt tops (so lovely to see one’s pattern made up by others!) and she worked on an “Aunts’ Quilt” blockFrances finished putting the first borders on her quilt topHelen worked on more “Sweet Sunday” blocksCheryl started another “Pele Mele” blockand Tineke did more of her bagMeredithe x

This class is held at Sewn and Quilted

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4 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Linda says:

    Love seeing all this quilty progress! And I enjoy looking closely at all the fabric selections, ‘cos as I’ve mention to you b4, so different to what’s available here in NZ.

  2. What a wonderful day of progress!

  3. Once again, I love all the splendid projects! I particularly love Carole’s blocks especially that “queen bee” so sweet!

  4. Pat Oster says:

    Where’s the coconut slice recipe??? Yum. And thanks for all the pics of everyone’s work.

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