Nice fishies!! And each one is a little different!
The next few months will be an interesting excursion into the world of fish….Should be a nice diversion over the summer months. An interesting note, apparently the “ruler” from Block 4 takes two and a half “Nascar” races to embroider (my timing was two hockey games). Thank you Diane for sharing! Here are my tips […]
Notice no ruler yet! And did I forget to take a class picture?
Just finished another Stained Glass Quilting Class at The Quilting Quarters with a fabulous group-we had way too much fun and I would love to hang out with them again soon! Great fabric selection made for a new crop of colours! They always look so different. […]
The lures were fun, the ruler, well, not so much! Though it did pass the time while everyone was watching hockey. Here are my tips for Block 4: Make a copy of the tracing diagrams to cut apart, that way you won’t ruin the original and it makes it so much easier to trace. Cut […]
All I can say is WOW! I love what everyone is doing to make these blocks their own. Such a creative, enthusiastic group and I enjoy colouring with you! Dianne wanted a cabin in her block and Karen’s cottage is a friendly get-together spot so they had fun changing up the block… […]
What a fun block! Gorgeous too! I’m still going with a “local” theme for my place names so this time I used Calabogie Lake. Notes on Block 3: When tracing the word lettering take care to think ahead to stitch size for the tails on the letters. They look really nice when the tail […]
Gorgeous work! Connie had so much fun she went looking for more things to colour and Marilyn is busy making BOTH Hook Line and Sinker AND Gingerbread Square! Way to go ladies!!! We’re having fun with names! White Lake, Big Rideau, Oak and Wendigo Lakes (I’ve even heard of that one!) and good old “Wilbur’s” […]
The April class schedule at the Quilting Quarters in Almonte has been posted and I will be teaching three classes-Stained Glass Quilting, Fabulous Flowers and the Seminole Runner from Atkinson Designs. Details are on my website and on the Quilting Quarters web site. I would also like to welcome Four Pines Quilting-they are running a […]
I’m doing this festive crayon embroidery from Crabapple Hill along with their Hook Line and Sinker quilt. Our crayon embroidery group has ladies working on one or both so I figured I had better get on board. I am doing this one a little backwards as a bit of an experiment-I will be receiving the […]