Friday, May 6, 2011

Class projects.........

The class was "Turning Twenty into Diamonds" and here are the students' quilts.


The one above is for a challenge at guild where they were to make a quilt with the color of crayon they were given, in this case a rusty color.  She also brought her blocks from the last class and we put them on the design wall too.

They are Christmas and winter prints.

I took the blocks for the Turning Twenty mini quilt.  The lighting in the classroom distorts the orange and purple colors.  I was going to take another photo when I got home and put them on the wall, but one block is missing and I have looked everywhere and haven't found it yet.  Maybe tomorrow....

16 comments:

Jackie said...

They all look wonderful, love seeing the different variations of a single design. Drats... I hate it when you lose one block and spend tons of energy looking for it. I hope it finds its way back to you.

Impera_Magna said...

Wow... great job by all your students! love all the different colors and fabrics!

Gene Black said...

I really like the "Turning 20 into Diamonds" quilts. I think I need to try that -I will put it on my "list"

Maria said...

Oh it is awful when you lose a block. Hope you have found it.

Your students quilts all look great.

Jean said...

Looks like a fun class.....I can see your batiks are much more colorful in the earlier post. Hope you find the missing block.

Celia Ciuffo said...

I love these quilts!
They are very cute ...

saludos argentinos!!!

True Blue Nana said...

They all look great.

Sheila said...

I like the Turning Twenty quilts. They look like fun.

sosarahsew said...

Looks like it was a very productive day for everyone.

I have been searching for three years for a block I need. I refuse to scrounge up suitable fabrics to make a substitute one since I KNOW the lost block will be found sitting on top in plain sight within 30 minutes of finishing a replacement. That is what always happens to me. What is one more UFO for a while?

Needled Mom said...

What wonderful students you have. Must be the great teacher bringing out the best in them. ;)

wackywoman said...

Wow, they work fast. Gorgeous.

jovaliquilts said...

What a wonderful way to do Turning Twenty. Is the diamond one also from the book Turning Twenty Just Got Better?

Erin in MI said...

Ooooooh, I love the black and white one!! Awesome use of values!

hetty said...

They are all great! I am looking for the Turning Twenty books here, but no luck so far. I hate it when I lose a block. It is usually stuck to something else and will turn up as soon as you make a replacement.

Muddling Through said...

They all look good, but I especially like the first one. You've got some talented students there.

Purple Pam said...

Wow! Another great class. I am so sorry I live so far away. I would love to take one of your classes. Love the colors.