Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Second Day of Jane Austen Finishing School

More lovely ladies today in class working on their Jane Austen quilts. Here they are in the classroom.

Here is a beautiful collection of Sue's gorgeous half inch hexagons to go on her "Rosings" appliqué centre.  She has done heaps of the prep work. Love the 'fussy cutting'!

Here is Kylie's "Pemberley" centre with the addition of her short Dresden border.  Kylie has used a lot of fussy cutting from the beautiful Michele Hill's William Morris fabrics. I love the two pink wavy appliqué border.

Here is a collection of Laraine's hexagon frames and three-eighth inch hexagons for her "Longbourne".  She has made them in very pretty fabrics with lots of flowers and soft colours.  They look fantastic!

Here are some photos of Theresa's lovely "Longbourne" with the clam shell border just applied today.  She is very excited that this one is nearly finished. It is very feminine with its soft blue, pink and coffee shades.  The thin borders are a lovely stripe, corners all mitred, of course!  Just corner appliqué flowers and two more borders to go!

Here is Kelly's centre block for "Netherfield" in progress.  It looks stunning with a piece of the border fabric fussy cut for the centre shape and the lovely pink and purple fabrics around it.  Very gorgy!

Looking forward to more progress on Saturday at Day 3.

Katrina x

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