Class show and tell


Jo received her second “Carousel” (pattern by everyday quilts) quilt back from quiltingand in class show did some more on her houses and treesCarole finished attaching two sides of her blocksCarylin was madly tracing and cuttingSue E worked on the next block of her “Bessie Creek Road” BOMand Leanne and I worked out (we think!) the markings for her curved border


Linda stayed all day and showed off the apron she’s madewhich is completely reversibleand her gorgeous Liberty diamond quiltand in class she worked on her appliqueCathie had made a baby quilt from fabric purchased the week beforeand proceeded to cut for the next oneand managing to get all this stitchedCheryl had a new (second-hand) purchaseand she chose a border for her finished animal quiltthe other Lyn made some starsFernanda put centres on her “Bloom” blocksTineke made some hexagonsand Jane is down to the very last of her “Sweet Sunday” blocksMeredithe x

This class is held at Sewn and Quilted, Blackburn

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3 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Carrolyn V says:

    You all are sooooooo productive. Sometimes all I get done is opening the blogs! I do love your color choices. They are so different from what generally is seen in the US. I love the printed sashings and backgrounds! Many in the states say they are too busy…but for me….and more and more all the time…..I think they add so much interest and personality. They really add to the individuality of a quilt. Thank you all for taking the time to share and blog!

  2. I hope the curves do turn out to be right!

  3. Kyle says:

    Wow! Another awesome productive day! Is so fun to see everyone’s diverse work.

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