Class show and tell

Last week at Sewn and Quilted…….


After seeing the “Ronda Dechardo” BOM‘s and hearing the story of its inception, Cathie brought in the souvenirs she picked up in Ronda – wouldn’t this make a great quilt?

Cathie is proceeding well with her new quilt

Sue M has her “orange” block worked out for her “Joy” quilt

and we worked on choosing fabrics for the “blue” block

and the “purple” block

and I helped Linda sort out her bits for her “Lovely Liberty Cushion” and she set about polyfusing the pieces


Sue S worked on her new “Fossick” quilt all day and here are the blocks she cut out – with a little help from yours truly with colours and block design 😉 so she has lots of stitching to do at home!

plus this one which I think is my favourite so far

Tineke had one of her filler blocks nearly finished for her “Ronda Dechardo” BOM

and the first section of “Oranges and Lemons” almost done – we worked on the final “S-seam” in class

then she started on the next bit

Cheryl has her “Sweet Sunday” top finished! Woohoo!!

and in class I showed her how to polyfuse the hearts she working on, as an alternative applique method, and she pieced some tumblers as well

Linda worked on more of her little squares

and Frances did more applique

Meredithe x

This class is held at Sewn and Quilted, Blackburn

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3 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. pamdempsey says:

    Beautiful work! I love the oranges and lemons one so much 🥰

  2. Such bright and beautiful work going on with you Ladies! Great quilts coming along.

  3. I look at some of the curves you are piecing, and think about the difficulties I’ve had with dressmaking, and I just quail!

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