Friday, March 5, 2010

Students quilt blocks

Student "J" made her blocks from the kit that I sold to her.  She just used 2 fabrics in each block instead of scrappy.  There are 12 dark fabrics and 12 light fabrics in her quilt.










Student "S" is making 2 baby quilts so she used 2 jelly rolls and just one light fabric all through the quilt. She got the blocks for both quilts sewn and got the vertical seams done in both quilts.  She has some left over strips to make a border and binding on both quilts.









Student "B" bought the kid print kit from me last week and completed that top and had it at the quilter's so it would be done for the baby's birth.  She started another one in all browns and beiges that will have 24 blocks.  She got most of her light blocks done but didn't have any completed dark ones to take a picture of.

It was a good class.  The fourth student wasn't able to make it so I'll get her caught up at a finishing class.

I spent the evening sewing 5 more vertical seams on my triangle quilt and cutting another group of Kaffe triangles.  Needless to say I was exhausted by bed time.

9 comments:

kimbuktu said...

I really like that pattern. And how fun to see what your students came up with.

Jackie said...

It is always nice to see the different variations on a quilt design. They all have different visions. Great job!

jovaliquilts said...

Thanks for sharing. They must be having such a good time in class!

Jean said...

Great blocks! Looks like everyone got lots finished, which is always nice.

Needled Mom said...

It's always fun to see the student's work. The designs all look so different with the use of the varied fabrics.

Cathi said...

It's interesting to see just how different that pattern looks with the various fabrics.

Anonymous said...

Did you cut those strips for each kit ? If not the class accomplished a lot with cutting and some stitching. Fun pattern.

J~MT

hetty said...

It's nice to see your students' work. Thanks for sharing. It's interesting to see how different each quilt looks.

Wanda said...

Your teachings are directing so many people towards creativity and inspiration. Awesome. You can be proud.