Saturday, April 19, 2014
the churn dash block, bottom right, or any other fun thing you come up with! "Layer Cakes" are pre-cut 10" squares so you can buy a pack of those and make this project even simpler. I think I am going to make a quilt similar to this one on the right, using my 30's fabrics which I still have quite a stash of!
Kari did the same procedure above using a charm pack, which are five inch pre-cut squares and look how cute these blocks turned out! They look so complicated but the technique she taught made it very simple! I love it!
Show and Tell was great, as always, at Sew Savvy. I wasn't sitting in a position to get many pictures but I got a couple. This quilt was made by my friend Sheila. She said it's out of her "color zone" but it's awesome - really pretty - and her work is always top notch.
The wool table runner below was made by a member (I'm sorry I didn't catch her name). It is the first quarter project in the the Wool Gatherer's club.
Heather is starting a block of the month class, similar to the Monthly Minis that I am participating in, with these cute little seasonal quilts. Apparently these kits come with all of the pieces precut with fusible already on the back! Since I prefer hand appliqué, these are not my "style" but they are super cute and would be quick and fun!
All in all a super fun and informative Sew Savvy!
I hope everyone has a wonderful Easter weekend as we celebrate this special event and wonderful time of year :)