Class show and tell

Very slowly, and very carefully, classes are starting again. It was just lovely to go to Nuno Nuno last week for this first class back. I was super early (and just a tad excited) in case one of my students was an early bird too, and I got to wander the shop for a while – so many beautiful fabrics and gifts!

It was just a small class for starters, which I have to admit suited my brain!

Faye has made 24 of her Grandmother’s Flower Garden blocks while in lockdown, and she needed a refresher so she could start appliqueing them onto background squares. We chose which fabrics she’ll use for the backgrounds and I cut the blocks for her

Megan was new to class, a beginner, and she’s starting with these gorgeous Liberty fabrics, along with some neutrals

Megan made good progress, with me showing her the joys of templates and hand sewing, making “The Avenue“.

Suria was also new to class, wanting to finish a quilt started a little while ago (she didn’t want me to say how long ago!), and getting a refresher on hand quilting.

So while it was a small class, we were all kept busy rediscovering and learning new things together.

Meredithe x

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4 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Helen f says:

    Glad you are back testing your brain! 💖

  2. tinaor says:

    Love the hexies – probably my all time favourite style of quilting – could be as that’s what my granny did from old scraps of fabric, brings back fond memories. Nice to have a small class – sounds like fun.

  3. As you say, starting slowly is probably best. I’ve been helping my Mam run her painting class as a hybrid of in person and zoom, for the benefit of those who are still vulnerable, or just anxious.

  4. Wendy C Reed says:

    Oh it is so nice to see some “class action” again. Enjoy and stay safe.

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