Class show and tell

Your second offering of class show and tell this week is from Sewn and Quilted.  There was much chatter to start with as everyone caught up on news; the students felt it had been SUCH a long time between classes!  And Linda kindly brought in a delicious GF butter cake to celebrate getting back to class……Morning

Sue E has worked on her “Welsh Quilt” (pattern by everyday quilt) over the Summer and these are some of the border blocksin class she started on the first blocks for the Treehouse Textiles 2019 BOM “Bessie Creek Road”Jo started cutting out her joining blocks for “Carousel” (pattern by everyday quilts)Carole has been diligently appliqueing her borders and did more in class while I did the pen work on her little “critters” for a finished borderMarilyn stitched up a storm of blocks in class for “Sweet SundaySue W had cut out all the pieces for her new quilt, so we started work on the first of her blocksand Denise stitched more of her “June Dyson Coverlet

Afternoon

Linda stayed all day, but with all the catching up and some retail therapy she wasn’t as productive as normal only getting a little stitching done Tineke had chosen some fabrics for a new quilt, so she cut out all the pieces and then we worked on the block components, and I suggested putting in an extra seam so she can use the cut away sections as half square triangles (down the bottom of the pic – so cuteFrances started a running stitch around the edge of her table clothCheryl chose some backgrounds and started piecing “Sugar Plum” (pattern by Judy Newman) after her children gave her the templates for Christmasand Jane was busy with “Sweet Sunday” too and also chose fabrics to make a baby quilt.Meredithe x

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5 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. frayedattheedge says:

    So many fabulous projects!!

  2. It can be hard to do very much when you are busy catching up!

  3. Pip says:

    The perils of having a Sit and Sew or a class in a shop, it makes it very enticing to have a quick look around and before you know it some fabric has jumped into your bag or you meet someone you know and have a lovely catch up. It looks as if everyone did a fair amount of work, some lovely quilts in the development stages.

  4. Mirjam says:

    I can imagine that your students missed the classes. It’s so cosy and motivating to quilt together.

  5. Such fun and so much progress too!

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