02 Aug Fun!
Look at the great table runners my students made at our Quilting Unlimited class on Sunday! From left to right, they are Amy, Anne, Dawn and Liz. There was a fifth student signed up for the class but she had a last minute scheduling conflict and wasn’t able to make it.
These four ladies came up with such different takes on Celebration! Amy used a bright pink batik for her background, a purply/bluish mottle for her bias and a lighter pink for her border. Anne chose a dark blue snowman batik for her background, a light blue snowflake print for her bias and a turquoise metallic print for her border. Dawn chose Christmas fabrics – a red tone on tone for her background, a cream pine cone print for her bias and a cream and green holly print for her border. Liz chose a pale green background, an orange and white print for her bias and a coordinating yellow and white print for her border. Liz also added a small inner border of the same orange and white print as her bias. It doesn’t show up well in this photo, but looked terrific in real life (and she mitred her border)!
One of the things I love best about quilting is that we can all start with the same idea and then make it our own. Thanks, ladies, for being such great students!
NataliePosted at 22:28h, 03 August
These look great! I agree, I really like seeing the same pattern interpreted in different ways.
Liz in YpsilantiPosted at 09:45h, 03 August
It was definitely a fun class. I've got some ideas for mixing up the "confetti" that I can hardly wait to show you.