Sunday, 17 October 2021

Stitching News

I was rubbish at remembering to take photos all last week.
Sometimes it's just too busy in the classroom and too exciting to remember picture taking.
And I'm not going to apologise for that!! But I am sorry, he he he
Shirley finished her Dinosaur quilt top. She decided not to have corner stones after all and it looks great, especially with all those dino-bones in the sashing. There are dinosaur footprints being prepared to make a quirky backing now.

A Jelly Roll had been sewn together in strip sets of 4, 
then left, stored, been forgotten about and now, given away, to Pam.
Pam unpicked one strip from each set, making 3, a much better size for cutting up. She pressed and stitched them into a quilt top, which is what you are looking at here.... You'll have to Wait to see where this is now going... It's exciting!

Sister Susie needed to make her sandwich so she can crack on with quilting it all through next week when there are no classes. It didn't take long with Fiona Too helping out.

Farmer Lynda is prepping her projects ready for the sewing retreat. She purchased the kit from the Festival Of Quilts last time we went so this is about 3 years in the waiting to be done. 
Naughty... a fun word!!

 Please remember that my shop will be closed all of next week,

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