Monday, 8 October 2018

Fabulous Stitching in Class

Again I have been busy teaching lots of classes and helping lovely ladies with their stitching.

Here I am testing out a new set of tweezers by placing tiny pieces on Meredith’s appliqué blocks for “Netherfield”.

Here are those gorgeous blocks.

Meredith was also working on a fabulous “Wentworth” Centre in class at Hobbysew Kings Park.   Love the fussy cutting.

Also in class, Anne was working on beautiful double Dresden blocks for “Hartfield”.


Wendy finished a lot of circular flying geese to add to compass blocks for “The Way Ahead”.

Jennie was working on this stunningly pretty block for “Spikes and Specks”.

Sharon made progress on her “Lambton” Centre.

Here is a beautiful “Pemberley”, growing bigger now by Sandra.

Anna has finished a super King sized version of “Heartstrings” all in purple for her daughter.

Beautiful work at my two monthly classes at Post Office Patchwork in Glenbrook.

This is Pauline’s lovely centre of “Netherfield”.

And later, the next Border is on.

Lots of gorgeous work by Margaret on her hexagon/square frames for “Longbourne”.

Look at this gorgeous “Pemberley” Centre by Kerry.

A wonderful block for “Lambton” by Caroline.

At The Stitchers Cupboard, lots of gorgeous stitching is also happening.

April has almost finished her “Cordelia” cushion front.  Just a few more leaves to embroider and then hand quilting.

Sisters Bev and Rosie have made these gorgeous Lydia table runners.

Jan has put together the blocks and some borders for “Jelly Nation”, started at our recent retreat.

Glenda was also working on these blocks.

Sharon has made not one, but two, gorgeous Miss Lucas Star Satchels.

What have I been working on lately?  I am now making the next Jane Austen quilt, number 11, to be called “Norland Park”.

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