This week, I thought I would give you a fun sneak peek at what I do all the time! I’m taking you to class with me! I was teaching in Montana this week, and we had the funnest group of students making quite a range of quilts.
Working block by block with the layout, they all started taking form. It is quite a process to witness.
The proud sewists showing off their handiwork 🙂
I even had some time to work on unfinished samples in the evenings, and I made quick work of these two lap-size Summer Swag and Vintage Windmill made from demo blocks. It felt good to get a bunch of these sample/orphan blocks put together and off my to-do list.
Days three and four were spent making my new Flutterby Frolic pattern.
These flowers and butterflies are all coming together beautifully.
The little plaid fabrics shown here are from old shirts. She is using this pattern to make an amazing memory quilt!
Rock n Roller Coaster is a baby quilt pattern, but she made it about four times the size and it looks amazing!
Amber snuck in some time to work on her Semaphore Stripes, and we all stood back in awe when she finished laying the pieces out! Stunning!!
Last but not least, in my evening sewing, I was able to finish my own Vintage Windmill quilt in this pretty floral, red, white, and blue collection. Now, to find time to quilt it…. Haha!
I hope you enjoyed tagging along this week 🙂
Happy Sunday everyone,
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