Class show and tell

From last week’s class at Sewn and Quilted…..

Morning

Sue E had prepped the next set of blocks for “Bessie Creek Roadand she worked on another hexagon block for the same quiltSue M’s quilt was back from the quilter and looks stunning!  Just the binding to stitch down nowand in class she worked on another “Aunts’ Quilt” blockCarole prepped and started appliqueing another couple of potsDenise stitched more squares onto “June Dyson” and had a lovely browse around the shop which led to some retail therapyand Jo cut, prepped and sewed on two of her final borders

Afternoon

Jane laid out her hexie blocksand had a lesson in stitching them together and managed to get nearly two rows doneCheryl, we think, could have, might have chosen a background for her “Sugar Plum” blocks……. maybe…..Cathie brought in the quilt she’s made for her mother-in-law which just needs the last of the binding sewn downand in class she had an applique lessonI worked out the final measurements for the top and bottom borders of Tineke’s quilt and she’s finished it!so she chose a backing and left it for quilting and also made up the binding ready to be stitched onHelen appliqued another couple of flower blocksand Frances has decided to add some hand quilting to her “Frances Quilt” so we pinned it up and she had a lesson in Big Stitch hand quiltingMeredithe x

This class is held at Sewn and Quilted, Blackburn

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3 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Mirjam says:

    Those colors of Jane her hexies. Beautiful!!!!

  2. Sue is such a talented quilter and appliquer! WOW that Rowdy Flats quilt is excellent! I like her Aunt’s quilt. Does she do freezer paper (traditional) or use glue, etc in preparing her applique pieces. Just curious. I like Carole’s Pots. (need to look for that book). Jane’s Hexie colors are very pretty in the taupe, grey colors. I would like to try the long stitch quilting like Frances!

  3. What wonderful results you are all getting!

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