Check out Arleen’s Confetti Quilt that she started in my workshop for the East Bay Heritage Quilters this past June. Those on point half square triangles in the border are so cool! http://quiltohana.blogspot.com/2014/08/confetti-ties.html (via Quilt Ohana: Confetti Ties)
This gorgeous quilt was made by Patricia Smith after taking my East Bay Heritage Quilters Split Log Cabin workshop. I love her addition of the stripes in the borders. (via Pin by Stacey Sharman on The Best Quilting Students Ever! | Pinterest)
You wouldn’t know it to look at, but I’m pretty sure sewing the border on this #quilt took longer than sewing together the other 90% of it!
Finally getting down to business on some unfinished projects!
I like lichen.
It’s not that often that my tools match so well with my project!
Did you ever see the beautiful Gee’s Bend quilts and think “How did they do this?” In this class, you will learn how and make your very own.
This is a fun and easy class that will teach you how to piece your own “improvisational” basket weave crib or lap size quilt. You don’t need to worry too much about cutting fabric the right size or sewing perfect seams. Just come, have fun, explore color, and leave with your own, unique quilt top.
Good for beginning through advanced sewers.
(via A Verb for Keeping Warm — Improvisational Basketweave Quilt Class: Sunday, September 7th)
The new Hermes catalogue is gorgeous! Totally reminds me of my #eastbaymodern peeps, @iadorepattern and @dsrouse