Robbie Sutton (in black shirt) was our instructor; a member of our 'sister' guild on the other side of the creek. She was quite helpful and a lot of fun.
Yup, one of our 'roosters' was at the class. Lots of color play at this table.
These gals had a lot of fabric that I would have loved to have just scooped up and taken home. They were both into making seaside scenes.
A bit of Italy was going on at this table. They were a little slow to start, but once it clicked they were a house on fire.
Ginny has been very interested in the culture, architecture, and history of Turkey of late. She chose a great inspirational photo from a travel brouchure to be creative with.
And this is mine. I had a photo of the village of Saithes, England. If I hadn't been such a class 'rover' and chatter monkey, I might have gotten more done - well, more was done after I went around to do photos.
You free hand or ruler/rotery cut your fabrics and glue them in place on a piece of batting. Then a tulle is placed over the whole piece and you quilt the pat-tute out of it. I plan on getting this done to show at our next Guild meeting.
Have you tryed something new or stretched out of your zone?