Not a chore at all. My classes went super well on Wednesday with the ladies developing so well. Hopefully next week I will have some pics to share of patchwork tote bags and mini quilts from their fair hands!
After classes I was then free to carry on with some bee block sewing. I finished Di's blocks a wee while ago but still had the siggy to do. I think Di will have a stunning quilt when she gets all her blocks in from the Bee a Brit Stingy ladies.
|Excuse the creases they were folded up!|
The lovely Jill asked us Hipbee bees to make some beach huts inspired blocks for her Summer quilt. I have made one with one to go. I still have to embroider a flag pole and am thinking of adding something to the top right hand corner( maybe some sunshine). Surf's up!
With my classes I have to always be one step ahead with preparing for the next course. So for our next course we are making a mini wall hanging. I saw this basket log cabin block on Pinterest but the link to the site was not being found so I could credit the person or follow any instructions. So I had to work it out for myself. Now a Log Cabin is pretty straightforward but I then had to work out how to make the reflection block for the other side of the basket. I got there in the end though and am planning on filling my basket with a whole bunch of colourful yoyos and leaves.
Watch out for a wee tutorial from me on how to make this basket.