Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Sewn Wild Oaks Class Was In Session

Hello Everyone,

I have pictures to share from my last two Sew'n Wild Oaks classes.  I was so busy getting ready for Market that I didn't have time for a post.....so I have some catching up to do.

First up is Pat's sampler quilt from the blocks she made right out of my Patchwork Math book.  Pat tackled this project on her own by watching my videos on The Quilt Show.com and using the book.  Great work Pat!


Gail is working right along on her Lil' Orphan Scrappy blocks.  They will all be done before long.


Isabelle is just about finished with all of her appliqued blocks for Harvest of Hope.  I have a great appreciation for all of her hard work on this quilt.


Barbara has started in on her Heritage quilt.  From across the room, her blocks had a lacy look to them.

Barbara works on more than one block at a time by laying out the pieces on the enclosed block layout sheet.  You have to stay on your toes with this pattern because there are several directional fabrics included in the kit.


Now we have a parade of Walk in the Park quilts designed by Kim Diehl.  This is Suzanne's super-sized version.  Stunning!!  It is so interesting to look at the different versions of the same pattern.  My girls are putting their own "spin" on it.


Irene loves teal and framed all of her blocks with the same fabric.


Karen framed her blocks in black.


Jan is framing her quilt in orange/gold. 


Patty is mixing up her frames.

 
Pat is working on her blocks.  
 
 
Evelynne is working on the doll for Toyland Tree
 

She added some very special "Evelynnesque" touches with the embroidered face and bib.  Such a cute little bonnet too.

Mary is a wonderful new addition to our group.  What a delight to have her in class and she charmed us with some of her almost finished creations.  This quilt is called Christmas Windows.


Hand quilted folks!


The grand finale is Suzanne's finished Once Upon a Vine.  WOW!


Such rich colors and accurate piecing!


I love spending the day with my girls. At the end of the day you are renewed, inspired, and ready to tackle anything!

Soon,
Lynn 

7 comments:

  1. Oh they're is some beautiful work going on in your class.

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  2. Love all of the projects - Lucky lady to be around such talented quilters.

    And Lynn - you made the Marcus Blog! Check it out!
    http://marcusmentions.com/2016/05/quilt-market-round-up/

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  3. I keep revisiting your blog posts to relive the classes and share again the creativity that thrives there. I wish that there was some way the sound of laughter could be captured!

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  4. Wow - I think they're all the grand finale! I am always amazed at how much gets done in what seems like such a short amount of time!
    Cheers!

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  5. Wowwee!!!! This is why I call quilting a team sport! Great job, ladies!!!

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  6. Wow, these are fabulous!!!

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  7. Beautiful projects! Love all the "walk in the park" blocks!

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