Class show and tell

This week at Sewn and Quilted……

Morning

Linda’s “OMiGosh” was back from quilting and it looks amazing!

Linda bought some fabric on special a while ago and used it and some other offcuts from the quilt to make the backing

from picking one up, Linda left her “Bessie Creek Road” quilt for quilting

Sue E also had her “Bessie Creek Road” ready to be left for quilting

and Sue has a gorgeous elephant backing for hers

Sue was busy with arcs again

Jo had had some trouble with her machine at home, but with me unpicking and re-pinning and Jo stitching we soon had her quilt top together and some of the borders cut ready to finish next time.

Sue S hand pieced her second square border for “Museum Medallion”

Afternoon

Sue S and Linda stayed all day, and in the afternoon Sue worked on her “Tea and Cake” with a little retail therapy for another interesting hexagon

Linda worked on “County Clare” all day, packing up before I could get a pic of them all, but managed this one

Cathie and I worked on pattern matching her backing for her chicken quilt

Jane made more stars

Helen was stitching a “Beehive Coverlet” block together

and we started choosing fabrics for another one

Tineke cut and pieced the surround for her block and got it all pinned in place ready to stitch

and Frances played with bias, pentagons, and threads for a new bag

Meredithe x

This class is held at Sewn and Quilted, Blackburn

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3 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. It is always a delight to see the kaleidoscope of fabrics you and your students have been playing with!

  2. Sue O’Donnell says:

    What a delightful collection.
    You must all be working hard.
    Cheers
    Sue O

  3. Pat Anderson says:

    Wow, what amazing quilts! You ladies have really inspired me! Thanks!

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