I taught my last travel class for the year on Saturday. This is Ricky Timms 'Convergence 101' - a cut, shuffle, and sew technique'. There was some heavy rains when I drove home and glad it was my last travel as SNOW arrived the next day.
A lot of batik lovers in this group.
A very pretty combo here.
Some holiday fun. This is the final piece, but we discussed ways to add different borders to add to the piece and enhance it's look.
Some border play. A fun group of quilters that I enjoy going to teach. I've done a lecture/trunk show and 3 classes now with them.
I've have spent the last week or so helping my Mom sort thru her unfinished items and get a few of to a long armer. I made a few pillows with some of her orphan blocks and there are enough for a 'kitchen sink' quilt at some point. I went thru some of my books looking for an applique' and chose something from this book.
It's for our guild's 'home' round robin challenge. We've had the center and the first round - scrappy. The second round is applique' and I am going with the cover project's vine and prim flowers, berries, and leaves. I am on the last border with the 'vine' and then will add the leaves.
My piece is using up a lot of my scraps of Civil War fabrics. And I picked up baggies of CW scraps at one of the quilter's estate sales that will go into this as well.