Class show and tell

As it’s the beginning of the month, two lots of show and tell for you – today’s from the quilt shop……

Rosalie rescued this yo-yo quilt from the op-shop she volunteers at, and aren’t we glad she did!  She’s planning on repairing and replacing where appropriate.  It seems to be made of fabrics from the 1930’s, 40’s and 50’s.and she placed and started stitching down the vine around the birdhouseJennifer’s quilt for her mother-in-law is back from quilting and just needs a bindingand during the month she also stitched up a quilt top for a grand daughterand in class she worked on more Dresden Plate blocks – only a few to do nowCaroline stitched up more of her Liberty hexagon blocksVal marked all her borders ready to cut to the appropriate widthAnne-Maree and I worked on her layout for the centre of her quiltand made vase and stem decisions tooFrances cut out lots of squares for four-patch blocksFernanda and I started on a layout for her blocksAudrey joined us for the first time, and was working on “A Star a Day” blocksSue M and I set out an applique block and she started stitching it upand Carole worked on the last of the little flowers in her blocks, and just may have done a bit of retail therapy too!Meredithe x

This class is held at the quilt shop, Eltham

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5 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Linda says:

    The yo-yo qult was a great find, so pretty! Is there fabric behind the yo-yo’s?

  2. Mirjam says:

    Good that Roaslie rescued the Yoyo quilt!👍🏼 By following your blog, I can see the progress of your students with their quilts. The projects are so different. Some I like more than another. Personal taste.🤗

  3. A star a day, what a lovely concept!

  4. Good to see the range of projects and techniques you’re all using – and the rescued quilt is a treat, isn’t it!

  5. mumofteenagers says:

    Really like the “Book” that Sue M had her pieces in. Is it made with batting for the leaves?
    The yo-yo quilt is amazing. Will Rosalie applique it onto a backing material? Great post showing everyone’s hard work!

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