Class show and tell

At the quilt shop a couple of weeks ago…….


Elizabeth as progressed well with her centre for “Windermere

and did more on it during the session

Rosalie has made progress on her blocks

and started on the third

she also brought in her Double Wedding Ring “quilt” which she’s framed – so tiny! (the cotton reel is there for scale)

Val has been busy with her life-size DWR quilt

and she set up a production line for the morning

Frances has decided she doesn’t want the tree that was part of the pattern

instead we decided on diamonds so she prepped lots of them

Jennifer worked on another Tula Pink block

Michelle wanted to learn EPP so I gave her a lesson

and Gillian was making half-square triangles


Jennifer made more Drunkard’s Path blocks

Elizabeth added another row to her “Peony Medallion” quilt (pattern by everyday quilts)

Frances tried out the new diamond look

Gillian joined her blocks together

Val played with machine applique

Rosalie added some hexies to triangles, aiming to finish a UFO

and Anne joined us, working on a wool embroidered blanket

Meredithe x

This class is held at the quilt shop, Eltham

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5 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. Love them all. Especially Windermere and the Wedding Ring quilt. I am starting to make one with French General Fabric. Have the fabric for Windermere too. Maybe next year. Hugs.

  2. That is a truly tiny quilt! I’m not sure whether I’m more impressed with the tiny or with the welter of fabric in a full sized one – both present challenges..!

  3. Rachel Boxshall says:

    What is the name of the quilt/ stitching that’s Rosalie is doing? It looks very interesting!

  4. Pat Anderson says:

    I just love to read your posts! So much creativity! I do have one little correction…Jennifer is working on Alison Glass in that block…she is much more “sedate” than Tula! Thanks for inspiring me as you do!

  5. The windermere quilt is looking fantastic! You keep so busy helping others with their projects. It’s got to keep you inspired to try all kinds of new ideas.:)

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