Friday, June 5, 2020

Sew'n Wild Oaks Class Wasn't in Session

Hello Everyone,

Those of you who have been following my blog know that every month I post pictures from my Sew'n Wild Oaks class at In Between Stitches.  Well, we haven't been able to meet since the beginning of March.  I sent an email to the girls, and asked them to send me photos of what they been working on during their shelter in place.  My girls have been busy and productive.

Laurie has been pattern testing my Hucklerberry Hill pattern.  Her wall hanging is so beautiful that now I want to finish mine, and get the pattern completed.  Just give me 40 more hours in each week.

Barbara is calling her creation "Coronaquarium".  Great name for a wonderful quilt.

Susan has cut several hundred 5" squares for Lutheran World Relief.

This is Barbara's Welcome Wagon Yo-Yo quilt.  I have made this quilt and I know the level of effort this one takes!

Valery has been keeping herself very busy.

This is my Homemade Holidays table runner.

Feast your eyes on this beauty.  I can't wait to see this in person the next time we meet.

Kristi was working on this quilt at our last meeting.  So cheerful.

Suzanne has been working on her Sue Spargo circles.

Evelynne has been coloring her Crabapple witches.

Melody finished her Zinnie's Choice flimsy almost in time for Memorial Day.  She is honoring her, and her husband's military service.

This is a beautiful tribute, and so well done.

Melody took my pattern and personalized it, and made it so special.

I miss seeing my quilting sisterhood girls so much.  Hopefully we can be together again soon and share more good times, companionship and love.

In these unprecedented trying times, we all need to spread more love, and pray for our country which is tearing apart at the seams.  Stitch by deliberate stitch, let's all work hard to put it back together, stronger and more united than ever before.



  1. I like all of them but those witches really caught my eye - not something I would normally make I guess

  2. You are so right Lynn, we will get back together as a community and as a nation! Thanks for sharing all this great progress.