Class show and tell

Morning

Sue W brought in the dress she’s made  (pattern is “Schoolhouse Tunic” and fabric from Sewn and Quilted)and in class she had lots of blocks prepped and ready to go in her block bookso I cracked the whip and Sue stitched her little fingers to the bone (on the machine!)and at class end we did a partial layoutand Carole worked on her blocks

Afternoon

Two students stayed all day;  in the morning Lyn’s quilt was back from quiltingso we put the binding on and it was then ready to be hand stitched down at homeand in the afternoon, Lyn made a heap of blocks for two different quilts, trying to use up some of her stash and Carylin cut, prepped and stitched stars all day!Tineke brought in some (deadly!) chocolate sliceand she worked on some quarter-square-trianglesCheryl was making up hexie surroundsCathie stitched up a starand finished off the last of her basket blocksand Jane stitched more of her blocks together.Meredithe 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:

    Oh, what lovely days you ladies must have sharing your talents and inspirations……and the food treats……! In my mountain retreat, although gorgeous, I miss the socialization and camaraderie

  2. Rachel says:

    It’s always lovely to see all the gorgeous work you are all doing, but I should be very interested to know if that stash ever does decrease, because almost every time I’ve tried to use up stash I’ve ended up buying something too!

  3. audrey says:

    That star block and those baskets. I am drooling. Something about the color play just seems to do it for me.:)

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