Class show and tell

Paula has her next borders almost all appliqued downand she started attaching the clam shell borderAndrea sorted her “Star a Day” blocks and we looked at how she might lay them outPearl has one row completed with sashingsSue M looked at sets of fabrics for her new blocksCarole was attaching blocks to her centreLois made up more background blocksJenny brought along some fabrics she purchased in Scotland, we chose some accompanying fabrics, decided on a designthen she started to cut and stitchPeggy worked on the vase for her blockAnn-Marie started putting sections togetherAnne-Maree added her green borderand Deirdre had to leave early but I wasn’t quick enough with the camera, so it was all packed up!Meredithe x

This class is held at the quilt shop, Eltham

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7 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Jennifer Farmer says:

    Just brilliant thanks for sharing.

  2. What beautiful colours they all are. Just the pick-me-up I need after a fairly ghastly week at work! Thank you so much for sharing.

  3. Sue says:

    Love Paula’s quilt- stunning! Look forward to seeing the finished quilt!

  4. nicolette says:

    I love all those little squares made by Ann-Marie! Looks great!

  5. Much decision making and even more progress! I’m amazed you can keep up with them all!

  6. audrey says:

    Wow! Some fabulous projects here today!

  7. Aren’t they amazing! All very different. The grey in Ann-Marie’s quilt is so chic. Do you applique the calm shells onto a backing fabric or piece them for Okehampton?

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