Friday, June 13, 2014

A Fun Time Teaching!

Recently, I had the pleasure of teaching my Tangerine Dreams pattern to a group of wonderful quilters at Our Sewing Room in Springfield Oregon. 
(The pattern was published in the Sept/Oct 2013 issue of Quilty magazine).  
It was a fun day spent with new friends!


Many of the students loved the colors in my original quilt so there was a lot of pretty gray and orange fabrics to look at.




 
Before the end of the class, everyone finished up the center block of their quilt. 
Here are a few photos of some pretty finishes and their shy makers.
One student even finished up two blocks.  She chose a more masculine colorway and pulled all the fabrics from her stash.  Everyone has promised to send me pictures of these quilts when they are finished.
As a class sample, I sewed along using up some more of my 1930's reproduction fabrics.  
(Boy will I be happy once all these fabrics are gone!)
Here is my cute little baby quilt all finished up.  Very sweet!


 As of right now, I don't have any quilting classes scheduled but I am hoping to line some up in the Eugene area for this fall.  I am hoping to organize a class or two that combine colorwork and playing with scraps.  As I get something scheduled, I will be updating my Classes page.  So if you are interested in taking a class, keep checking back or drop me a line.


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This is a Friday Finish so I will be linking this post with TGIFF, Richard and Tanya Quilts, Forth Worth Fabric Studio,Crazy Mom Quilts,  Sew Can She, and Confessions of a Fabric Addict.  Hope to see your finishes there too!

8 comments:

  1. So much fun reading about your class. Wish I lived closer.

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  2. Cool but that HST quilt peaking out caught my eye even more :-)

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  3. Lovely soft colours in the 1930s repro baby quilt.

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  4. Very lovely baby quilt. I have the issue of quilty. The block is much larger than I realized.

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  5. I love that quilt! I remember this from the magazine. Awesome!

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  6. How cool that you can share your talents with others, great work everyone!

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  7. I like the colours in the baby quilt especially :)
    www.thequietstitcher.com

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  8. Light bulb moment! You could come teach a class where I live! Talk to you later about it. Looks like your attendees had a blast. Love you baby quilt.

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