Class show and tell

At the quilt shop.…..


Rosalie and I did a layout of her hexagon blocks

and in class she was appliqueing the border

Denise worked on her EPP for “Little Sweetheart

Michelle had lots of her EPP done too

and in class we chose some background fabrics and Michelle had a lesson in how to stitch them down

Jennifer finished another couple of blocks

Gillian tried out EPP doing Tumbling Blocks

and Val brought in her amazing Double Wedding Ring back from the quilters

and she started prepping her bias binding


Rosalie worked on her “Steampunk” blocks

and we chose fabrics for and she traced out for another couple of blocks

Michelle worked on her “Steampunk” blocks too

Francis has chosen a lovely doiley to use as the centre for her version of Judy Newman’s “Settle” quilt from Judy’s second book

Denise worked on making the EPP components and a bit of applique for her “Hampton Bag

Gillian hand pieced this mammoth block

I gave Jennifer an embroidery lesson and we chose some beautiful threads for this piece

Val made a start on machine sewing her binding

doing a great job with the corners

and we welcomed Joan to class and she had a lesson in rotary cutting in preparation for some machine stitching next time

Meredithe x

This class is held at the quilt shop, Eltham

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2 Responses to Class show and tell

  1. It’s lovely to see the mixture of finished expanse and small blocks in the projects..

  2. Shasta says:

    Lots of beautiful projects. I hope all is well with you. Enjoy your rest and take care of you and your family.

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