'Kings Crown' class... this quilt is moving along quite nicely, except for the group Christmas festivities that keep getting in the way of my stitching!
|'Kings Crown' - this is the centre block...still a few more stars to go, then they will be appliqued onto a large square.|
'Nearly Insane', what was Salinda Rupp thinking when she made this quilt in 1870's Pennsylvania? I know some of you have begun this gorgeous quilt, maybe you would like to continue, or would you like to start? We have copies of this book for sale if you can't make it to a class.
Gail Pan has created this lovely wall hanging for a class at Somerset. Perfect for beginners or advanced applique lovers alike. The project has lots of basic applique shapes to learn and/or perfect.
This is Linda Bears 'Carpenters Square'. A large 40" machine pieced block x four, creates a very interesting two colour finished quilt. The fabrics appear to interlace with each other.
'George Town Circle' with Michelle Yeo. Michelle will show you how to foundation piece this large circular block or you can piece this one by hand.
The 'Friday Sewing Girls' had a break-up Christmas luncheon last week too. Even Santa came for a visit! There was lots and lots of lovely yummy food. I think this was the last of the celebrations for now. Mmmm Jan's Meringue Roll was absolutely delicious!
When in doubt, wear red shoes!