Enrollment in my Sew'n Wild Oaks class is a little crazy this month, so I'm offering three sessions instead of two. The good thing is I get to see more of the girls, and the other good thing is they get more accomplished on their projects.
This is a beautiful block from Country Corners. Laurie played around with her color combinations, and this is going to be the finished block.
Kathy has all of her blocks completed for her Country Corners, and we helped her select fabric for setting squares and setting triangles from her stash. Kathy made every block from fabric right out of her stash.
Two of the girls were working on Lucy Boston blocks.
They are extremely addicting!
Judy has a box bull of blocks for her Country Charmer quilt. You'll be seeing this one coming together soon.
Wendy is making a little basket from a Dresden template. This is going to be so cute and she will be adding a touch of pink. She already made a quilt, now for a matching pillow.
I have the tutorial HERE for the little flower. Two little flowers nested together look so sweet.
Mary Anne and Eileen had strips all over their tables while they worked on their quilts. Beautiful colors and precision from both of the girls.
Laurie is very accurately adding the flange to the center of her Emilie Elizabeth quilt.
Once the flange was securely sewn on, it was time to start working on the applique ribbons and basket. She got a lot done during the class.
I'll have another class next Tuesday, so we will all get to see more beautiful creations. Have a wonderful, creative week!