|Kim was gracious enough to pose for me in the display of her stuff at the store.|
|This is Dresden Dish Garden. Pattern currently only available at workshops.|
With all of that focused work, you'd think we would have accomplished an awful lot, but this is as far as I got before it was time to pack up and come home.
|I'm auditioning wools to put the smaller penny in the middle.|
I was not able to do her Saturday class, but this is what they were going to be working on. I believe she said it is from her Simple Whatnots Club.
This was something she had prepared for an upcoming class. It is very small, and she finished it with Big Stitch quilting. So cute.
This was what she taught at this workshop last year. This gal brought it back to show Kim and get some ideas on how to quilt it. It is very pretty. I love the darker backgrounds.
Other than this class, I haven't had much time to stitch since my last post. These are the projects that got a bit of attention during the week. My Fall themed "Lamb For All Seasons" is all cut and ready to fuse.
Primitive Gatherings Tenth Anniversary SAL project.
This week Carmen Geddes is coming to a LQS to share her technique for making traditional quilt patterns using her Easy Piecing Grid. The idea intrigues me. I've watched a couple of Youtube videos, but I am curious to see how it looks in real life, and since the fee was only $5, I figured it was worth seeing. I'll let you know what I learn.
Until next time,