Here she is with her new technique, cathedral window by machine. She is famous for her sampler quilt books, but had lots of different things to show us, along with lots of tips and hints, plus a lively sense of humour. She told us that we didn't in fact have UFOs, they were just quilts pending! Sometimes, if you get stuck or fed up with a project, it's better to leave it, as the fabric you need to complete it might not have been printed yet! What a sensible attitude!
The show and tell started with some of Lynne's designs from her sampler quilts books. Here is Stephanie's and Bunty's.
And here is mine and Carole's.
And here is Pat's. She decided to do all 25 blocks! Great colours!
Here is Jan's quilt which had been made from lots of bits and pieces. It's beautiful, and I love the little appliqué in the centre.
This one was made by me for Project Linus from scraps. I think the bright yellow background adds a bit of zing, and there are plenty of different patterns to encourage a game of I Spy!
This is mine too. The big circles are from a Kathy Doughty pattern and the small ones are Kansas Sunfloers. I made them all by hand in the American way while on holidays. I didn't initially have a plan for them, but I'm delighted that they all play so nicely together!
This crocheted blanket is called Lily Pond. A very apt title.
Lots of beautiful star blocks in this quilt.
This was made by June for a music loving grandson's upcoming birthday. He doesn't know about it, so hope he doesn't read this blog! He'll be thrilled to receive it, in any event.
Carole. Ade this quilt from a jelly roll. She was delighted that all the white fabric came from her stash, and when she'd finished, there was only a few scraps of the jelly roll left. Got to use up that fabric!
Di made this pretty quilt for Project Linus. I love the asymmetrical borders.
And last but not least are these lovely bags. They are from the Sarah Fielke BOM this year, and the houses are blocks from the quilt and the bags are a bonus pattern. Always lovely to see designs in different colour ways.
Here is Lynne at the workshop on the following day. She had lots of good advice and time saving tips to give.
Here are all the students with the results of their labours. Looks like they've all got that technique firmly unde their belts!