Saturday, 9 June 2018

My Busy Week in the Classroom

Lots of classes this week with some great stitching by my students.

Three very hectic days at Hobbysew at Kings Park.  Here are some pics of what was happening there.

This is the centre of Meredith’s very beautiful “Netherfield”. 
She is using lots of lovely fabrics by Moda which were a Christmas range in greens, reds, black, gold and blue.

Beautiful work.

Vicki was working on her English paper pieced flowers for her “Granny’s Garden” Folder.

Wendy made a striking compass block for “The Way Ahead” in Black, red, gold and grey.

Dru also made a compass block in beautiful bright colours.

This is Dru’s version of “Heartstrings” in Thimbleberries fabrics.  Gorgeous result.

A gorgeous block for “Lambton” by Karol.

Blocks for “Hartfield” by Kerrie, stunning work.

Here is a part of her Centre.

Judy worked very hard on stitching together her beautiful circular blocks for “Pickled Paisley”.

Here is Pat’s lovely “Highbury” Centre.

Then some busy classes at The Stitchers Cupboard in Camden.  Great to see some finished quilts.

First is Jan’s lovely “Longbourne” in purples and teals.

Then this is a striking black, white and red “Henrietta” by Glynnis,  all machine pieced.

Mooneen has recently finished the hand appliqué on a delightful version of “Aussie Sue”, my original Sunbonnet Sue design.

Lots of ladies have been making progress on “Highbury”.

This one is by Sue.

This one is by Jennie.

Lyn has been working very hard on lots of gorgeous hexagons and Dresdens for her “Highbury”.

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