Showing posts with label workshop. Show all posts
Showing posts with label workshop. Show all posts

Saturday, September 30, 2017

A Few Grands and Improv Quilt Workshop

Life ...
This evening we celebrated Rusty's 2nd birthday.

Talya, Georgi, and Tina made special letters with stencils, watercolor markers, and stickers.
The boys entertained themselves by running a remote toy from the other side of the carport.

... as a Quilter
I enjoyed teaching an improv class today.

Thursday, April 06, 2017

Life and Patches Workshops

Life ...
The box of Dustin's forgotten boots was returned to me because the 'send' label came off. I quick took it back to the post office and they shipped it out again at no extra charge. How nice is that?

While Evie helped clean for an elderly lady from church, I got to take care of Teryn and Rusty.

I'm ready to go buy a new washing machine. The clothes wrapping around the agitator is quite bothersome.

... as a Quilter
My sister Polly gifted me with lots and lots of basting pins. I was so glad for them today getting Josiah's quilt ready for machine quilting.

Recently I have taught my "Patches" class in Virginia ...

... and Mississippi.

I just love the creativity of the students and ...

... their choices for the silhouettes.

Sunday, March 20, 2016

"Lily" Class with Magnolia Quilters of Orange Grove

I was right "proud" of all these quilters who took my "Lily" class on Saturday.

They got right down to work and cut strips from their fused fabric.

Then they cut squares from the strips and made small colored piles.

After arranging the squares onto their background fabric and cutting out and arranging the black silhouette of a lily and the borders; they began quilting.

I was so pleased with their end results.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Lily Workshop in Corinth

What a marvelous job these ladies did in my “Lily” workshop in Corinth, MS.

Grandmother and Granddaughter worked well together. 
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