|Peggy is making good progress with her Log Cabin blocks. This is a great way to show off novelty fabrics and you only need 6 blocks and border to make a kiddy play mat sized project that looks like a quilt!
|Di Butterfly is making a Mat and Ruler Bag following the instructions in my free tutorial... she changed the measurements though as this bag will be for her smaller mat, I think it's 12" x 18". Three perfectly pieced 6" blocks make up the ruler pocket.
|Brenda Barbara finished her wallhanging/lap size quilt top... isn't it great! Brenda will be donating this quilt to a fundraising event. Just at the end of class Brenda was able to make a sandwich so she can crack on with the quilting.
|Sister Susie also enjoyed the stick stuff and blanket stitch applique method for making this cushion panel. She made a sandwich, but you could have guessed that from the picture!! All pinned and ready for quilting.
|Sam came to learn the basics of patchwork and quilting. She did a great job and is ready to add borders next time. These fabrics are from Sam's very own stash... she's been collecting for a while!
|Lou Lou had to make important decisions... to be square? or not to be square?... eventually she decided to make three more fabulous Churndash blocks, one more row gives a rectangle... Not to be square won!!
|Lady Judith made her massive quilt sandwich on Saturday...
It's so large that we had to pin it in two stages...
so much for only making small quilts from now on eh...
Now to quilt it!