I’ve had a full week of inspiration.
Thursday ended my coin quilt class. My students impressed me as usual with their outside the box thinking.
Friday was our Friday night sew-in. I thought I’d share a few quilts present.
Noelle’s blocks from her Denyse Schmidt workshop. It was fun to watch her work on these.
I didn’t get a full shot of Cathy’s quilt. Her free-motion quilting is always amazing. She’s so focused. I tend to power through with the pedal to the metal and she’s smooth and meditative.
Sue put together another Value Quilt. Her piecing is precise, every point is sharp. I thought I was a bit done with value quilts, but think I have another in my future.
I love the added touch to the binding on Grace’s quilt, the colors with the grey and the single print added to the stars.
I brought my Scrappy Sunshine Quilt and another that I’ll show you later this week.
For the life of me I can’t remember the lady’s name that came with this jewel. It was so lovely and she was hand quilting the whole thing.
One block a night she said. I loved the colors and some of the fabrics are favorites.
That’s all I got pictures of before I got to work on a simple charm square quilt with all the leftovers from Scrappy Sunshine. Not super original, but easy for travel.
I spent all day Saturday teaching an Improvisational Techniques Workshop full of fun people. Everyone gravitated towards their favorite technique in the last two hours of free-time we had.
Today is football, hot and sour soup and a quilt back for Scrappy Sunshine. I love Sundays off.
Any quilting today for you?
::Half Square Triangle Class:: $65 Thursday October 13th 6-9pm at the Quilting Loft in Ballard.
This versatile quilt block lends itself to endless design layouts. Come learn how to match seams and create perfect points. We’ll play with a layout that suites your style and you’ll walk away with ideas for a multitude of quilts.
::Centered Zip Pouch:: $45 Thursday October 27th from 6-9pm at the Quilting Loft in Ballard.
Come learn the ins and outs of constructing a professional looking lined centered zip pouch. Once you know the ropes you’ll be a production machine. Pouches make great gifts and are perfect for all levels of sewists.