Class show and tell


Sue W completed another four blocksand we laid out what she’s made already to see how it’s looking – pretty good we think!Carole worked on vases and stemsMarilyn pieced up a stormLeanne and I worked on an embroidery stitch book, with  me showing her the stitches, her practicing them on the piece on the left and then putting the stitches onto felt which will be made into a bookSue E stitched blocks togetherand Denise added more pieces to her “June Dyson Coverlet


Linda stayed all day and had this gorgeous cloth that she’d bought to show us (I’ve never seen one before with trees on it)together we cut out the first of her “Bessie Creek Road” BOM blocksand for a change of pace in the afternoon Linda hand quiltedTineke had her top together!and she started stitching the off-cut corners together to add into a borderJane had finished her hand quilting – so quick!so she added her binding and started sewing it downFernanda has the centre of the “Matilda” BOM doneand we started work on the borders with Fernanda cutting and prepping theseCheryl has been working hard on her “Sugar Plum” blocksand I helped her choose some outside pieces for another block and Cheryl had a little retail therapy to help with fabric choices for more of her blocks!Meredithe x

This class is held at Sewn and Quilted

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1 Response to Class show and tell

  1. I’ve not seen anything like that tea-cloth before – not even in that style. I’m intrigued!

    And what a lovely range of fabrics you have in all your projects!

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