Monday, April 16, 2012

5 of 5

My almost finished quilt top



Tonight was the last night for the quilting classes that I've been taking.  We had 5 classes and tonight we finished sewing together the blocks and borders.  I was a bit behind so didn't get my outer border done - will have to finish that on my own!  There were 3 of us taking the class and we all ended our last class at different stages.  It was such fun and I met 3 wonderful women and learned so much!




Nancy working with gorgeous fabric
Suzanne was our hero - she finished her's tonight!
Loretta - our fearless leader!

Till next time .......will leave the sewing on my dining room table so that I am encouraged to finish it! 

8 comments:

  1. quilts look amazing.bet yours will be kept forever by who ever is lucky enough to recieve it.what a great talent people have to create such beautifulmemories.get that done and give it someone special.bye for now

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  2. I'm always impressed with other people's handiwork! Good for you for taking the class...

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  3. One stitch at a time. I bet you have had a lot of fun at your classes. I'm with Ellen....impressed by other's handywork.

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    1. Thanks Ellen and Kathy - don't look too closely at the squares lol but it was fun - we felt like we were on Coronation Street with our machines ahumming!

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  4. Boy, you would have enjoyed looking at the hundreds of quilts this weekend! I don't know, maybe there were a thousand. It looks like so much work to me, but must be a very satisfying accomplishment. Your quilt is beautiful! It's almost done!

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  5. Wow, you are all so talented!!!

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  6. OK...that looks like a fun way to take a quilting class. But between work, my little boys and weddings...I think i will have to wait for Fall. I actually would like to learn to knit first...but we'll see.
    Oh, I loved that bowl from your mother on your last post. I do that too..It's fun to share those memories.

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  7. I'd love to take a quilting class - like Marg....perhaps after the wedding is over....

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