Class show and tell

Next we’re going back in time to Sewn and Quilted (again, nearly a month ago!!)

Morning

Jo was stitching on the fabric border for the next round of “Hedgerow”

I chose the squares and triangles for one of the next borders

and on seeing some new fabrics in the shop, Jo has decided to make a new quilt……

Carole is still going with her “Fossick” blocks

Sue E made some circles

and treated herself to some well deserved retail therapy

Linda had stitched the centre of her “Tea and Cake

and in class she was covering hexies

Denise made a start on her hexagon quilt

Leanne and I decided her borders needed some extra embroidery, so we worked out a design based on my corner design

and Sue S chose this section of her fabric for the centre of her “Tea and Cake

which will look great, especially with these as her next rounds

Afternoon

Linda and Sue S stayed the whole day; Linda worked on “Vermont Summer Medallion” in the afternoon

and Sue S stitched some more of her “Emma Mary

Fernanda had finished the quilt she’d started the previous week for her Aunt’s birthday

and also had two borders on her “Strafford Manor

and in class she worked on the next one

Cheryl had made more blocks for her quilt

and she cut out some more sets

Frances’ Diamond TAW is almost done

and this will be the corners

and Cathie and I had great fun with embroidery stitches

Meredithe x

This class is held at Sewn and Quilted, Blackburn

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4 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. A day well spent! Lovely projects!

  2. Juliann says:

    A full day, or even a half day, of quilting. What fun!

  3. There is always a wonderful kaleidoscope of colour when I visit you!
    And isn’t it lovely to have a chance to put an embroidery design to work in a new way…

  4. Pat Anderson says:

    Would you be able to tell me the name of the fabric (background) in the Tea and Cake quilt? It is gorgeous!!! Love to see what everyone is making!

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