I was very fortunate to have four quilts to display for my students, as my pattern tester Mae provided two of hers as samples which added to my two gave a lot of options for my students to consider when choosing their fabrics.
We went from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. and during that time we managed to one (or more) of each of the units required to make up this quilt pattern.
Here are a few photos from our day:
|Four samples and four colourways|
|Penny chose batiks. Lovely!|
|Shannon also chose batiks. Love them!|
|Teresa and Judy busy at work cutting|
|Glenys pressing her flying geese units|
|Nice contrast of batiks in these geese Glenys!|
|Blocks are starting to take shape.|
|Bold solids really define the shape of the block. Love these.|
|When they start to play together on the design wall beautiful things happen!|
|Teresa is study colour placement.|
|Coming along nicely!|
|Ta da! One is missing because Glenys had to leave early because of an impending storm and a ferry ride that needed to happen to get her home.|
I had a great time and loved seeing all of the beautiful fabrics chosen by these ladies. They each made the blocks their own and I can hardly wait to see the finished quilt tops.
Sew much fun for one day!
Looks like a fun day was had by all!ReplyDelete
Congratulations on your teaching debut for your beautiful quilt! My goodness that is a big hall, too!ReplyDelete