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Sunday, February 6, 2011

More students' work..........

B's quilt will be queen size and is made of Christmas fabrics.












D is making a king size and had one strata cut for us to see her colors.  I love stripes in the Trip Around the World quilts and the Philip Jacob large floral (blue) really adds a lot to it.










J is making a large lap size with the same fabric combination that one student used in the first class.  J chose a different group of fabrics for her center though.






L is making a queen size for a granddaughter.  She has a combination of batiks and regular fabrics and they all came from her stash.







P was sick and didn't make it to the second session of the Friday class so she came into this one to work on her quilt.  She has several groups of strips sewn together.









This closer shot shows off the fabrics a little better.  She is doing a great job matching all of her intersections.

I will work on my batik one today and try to get the top all sewn together.

11 comments:

Sewing Junkie said...

Looks like everyone has a lot of progress going on. The colors are all beautiful. Chris

hetty said...

Gorgeous! All of these fabrics and strips have inspired me to make a TAW quilt. I went through my stash and picked out some fabrics that I had enough of and then I bought some more yesterday. Will start cutting the strips soon. Right now my machine is in the shop, so I have to wait until I get it back.

Karen said...

This technique really is amazing! These girls got it right - the quilts are beautiful.

dianen said...

I think they're all beautiful. It makes me want to start pulling fabrics myself.

Thanks for sharing and stay safe in this latest snowfall.

Nancy, Near Philadelphia said...

They are all lovely, probably because they have a terrific teacher. I love P's the most.

Muddling Through said...

They are all doing such beautiful jobs! The quilts and the fabrics are just gorgeous, and it is really inspiring to see them all laid out.

Connie said...

The colors are beautiful in all of the quilts! It makes me want to work on a Trip Around the World quilt, you must be a wonderful teacher! I wonder if I kept my old book with this pattern.

Bunny said...

They are all gorgeous and now I want to come to class and make one LOL.

Char said...

Looks like your students are doing a great job. Beautiful, so many possibilities.

Kathy said...

How beautiful!! When I grow up (as a quilter) I will have to try a bargello too.

Vivian said...

I thoroughly enjoy your posts with photos from class members. Seeing so many versions of the same project is great fun and definitely inspirational. There's something special about each, but I really like P's fabrics.