Class show and tell

Morning

Anne-Maree had a flower finishedI did some pen work for her on the butterfly and ladybirdthen there were two ladybirds!Sue E sewed the last of her borders on, and she’s ready for the next borderMarilyn was bindingand we (hopefully) fixed a little problem or two on this quiltJo had to leave early and had her blocks all packed away before I could get the camera outand Denise worked on a new quilt and had a little retail therapy as well.

Afternoon

Sue M trimmed her blocks and started to machine them togetherCheryl worked on another clamshellI helped Fernanda work out the last couple of rows of crochet for the border of her quiltand helped Frances with the under border for her quilt where we mitred corners and centred the panel ready to be stitched onto the borderJane has another block finishedand Helen has the frontand back of her table runner ready to put borders onMeredithe x

This class is held at Sewn and Quilted

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6 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Mirjam says:

    You can always show a lot of beautiful projects of your students. 🤗

  2. It’s always so lovely to see your students making such good progress!

  3. I really like Anne Maree’s project. Going to be a beauty! All others are very nice too.

  4. Cécile says:

    Beautiful projects from your talented students !! Congratulations to all !!

  5. frayedattheedge says:

    Lots of super projects!

  6. I so enjoy watching everyone’s progress. And oh those lady bugs!!

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