Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Drop-In Class is in Session

Hello Everyone,

The 2nd Tuesday of the month is my drop-in class day at In Between Stitches.  It is great fun to see the progress the girls make between class meetings.

Kathy is making wonderful progress on her Party in the Garden quilt.  You would never know that she is new to applique!

It all starts coming together.

Carol has a lot of hexies to show off for Summer's Blush.

Isabelle was turning out pinwheels and blocks for Winterset.

Louise is making more and more yo-yo's adding to her collection. The Yo-Yo quilt takes a lot of time, but it is so worth the effort.

Cindy is mass producing HST for basket handles for Buttonwood.

Kay is doing a wonderful job on her Party in the Garden.  I love the different colorway!

It is so much fun spending the day with the girls.  There is sharing of ideas benefiting all of us.

On another note, The Christmas Shoppe will have four of my quilts on display in their booth at the AQS (American Quilter's Society) quilt show starting today in Lancaster, PA.  If you are in the area, stop by Mary Jane's booth and check out her beautiful display of quilts, fabrics, patterns and embellishments.

It's a rainy day here in California.....finally!  We've had an unusually dry winter so it wonderful to have a good storm or two roll over the state.

I hope you all have a very creative day.

As always,



  1. Looks like it was fun for all ! Just wonderful projects everyone is working on. It has been raining here none stop but I am not complaining we really need it

  2. Wow - I can hardly believe Kathy is a beginning appliquer - well, maybe I can -- she has the best teacher! Looks like a very productive day, Lynn! I just also saw the photos from the shop in your previous post - I definitely have In Between Stitches on my bucket list of quilt shops to visit now!

  3. The watering can block is very well done. I was not nearly that good at applique when I started.
    I enjoyed seeing all the different projects. A spring look to all of them.

  4. It must be such fun to see how different the quilts you designed, coming together like this. They all look so different too.