Thursday, August 11, 2016

Sew'n Wild Oaks Class Was In Session

Hello Everyone,
I have a glorious finish to show you today.  Jeanne just has to put on some binding and her Lil' Orphan Scrappy is in the finished column.  This quilt was expertly quilted by Diane Schweickert. 

It's all in the placement of color to create the rick rack looking border.

Judy's Grammy Squares quilt is almost altogether.  Well done!

Barbara has a flimsy ready for quilting.  This table topper is going to look wonderful decorating her home this Christmas.  This inspires me to finish mine.

Jeanne has now turned her attention to making Heritage. All the girls love making the Log Cabin blocks.  The star blocks take a bit more time.

Gail has made quite a collection of basket blocks for Once Upon a Vine.  These are fun little blocks to make.

She has a bunch of sets just ready for the stitching.

More Walk in the Park blocks decorated the classroom walls.

Doris has a beautiful start to her Lucy Boston block.  What a gorgeous design.

Pat is making little blocks for the border around October Magic.

The little blocks will look like this when then are sewn together to create a fun border.

You can't help but be happy when surrounded with so many glorious quilting projects. It is fun to watch the customers get "sucked" into the classroom.  They can't stop themselves from coming in to see what we are creating.  Pure joy!



  1. That quilt makes me want to do orphan stars just so I can have my own Lil' Orphan Scrappy quilt. It is sooooo beautiful! ;^)

  2. What wonderful work from everyone!! A truly beautiful display...

  3. Its just all gorgeous as always, cuz your girls are just so talented, bu I've got to say, Doris stopped me dead in my tracks with that gorgeous Lucy Boston block. Thanks for helping me pass the time here in the airport!

  4. Beautiful quilts, and so much inspiration. Barbara's Christmas table topper is lovely, and will be perfect for the holidays.

  5. I am trying so hard to keep my fingers off the "buy now" button..... Beautiful work!