The first day we spent going over technical things ,and materials to use. Then making patters for each one of the designs. Will not give away all that info, you should come to a class!
Jane (Threlkeld) from Georgia
Janice (Hammond) from New York
|From the show and tell exhibit at the end of the week.|
Here are the wonderful ladies and their quilts on the last day of the class. I am very impressed when I see what they created, everyone came with a very open mind and willing to use whatever technique and materials needed to get the job done.
Joanne(Avink) from Michigan .
This is the light house "Big Red" at Holland, MI
Wouldn't you want to visit this place? I just think that the big blue sky behind the light house gives it such great perspective. The wooden light house is now in fabric. A beautiful job with the free motion stitching
Lynda (Doll) from Georgia
Nancy (Sievert) from Georgia.
Nancy combines two photos she had taken in Denmark, Western Australia. One was the stunning bright yellow/orange mushrooms and the other of a little "Splendid Blue Wren". They belong together on the two tree trunks, and Lynda truly made that work. The mushrooms are 3D and very lifelike. She added yarn, tulle, inks, angelina fibers and lots of stitching to make this scenic quilt. What a memory from the time spent in Australia.
Adele (Steele) from Georgia