Class show and tell

Double class show and tell for the first two weeks of this month.  This first post from the quilt shop class.

Francis has put together her “Sweet Sunday” quiltand she chose her border fabrics which we then cutVal was having machine applique fun playing with different stitches and sizes Jennifer had a lesson in how to use Perfect Circles and started to applique them to her Dresden Plate centresRosalie chose, cut, laid out, pinned, then basted background strips for her blocks in preparation for appliqueing them into placeKaren played with embroidery stitchesand Denise soldiered on with “June DysonMeredithe x

This class is held at the quilt shop, Eltham

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6 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Mirjam says:

    WoW! I told you before, I love that Sweet Sunday quilt. It’s on my WIM-list already. The picture I saved for………😉🤗

  2. Very nice work all!

  3. tinaor says:

    All so lovely! What a great idea to insert diamonds between the hexagon panels. I have been playing with my own ongoing hexagon quilt and can’t decide how I will put them all together, might consider this way to marry them all together with a complimentary fabric. And you got me all excited when I read ‘quilt shop, Eltham’ – then realised of course it’s not the Eltham a few miles away from me in the UK., what a shame!

  4. Congratulations to all, good progress being made!

  5. frayedattheedge says:

    As always, lots of super projects.

  6. Audrey says:

    Sweet Sunday reminds me of an I-Spy quilt only much, much better!

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