It was the final quilt class for the first two groups of girls doing Sarah's Sampler (1855). The Y-seamed pieced blocks were saved until last. I love the look of these blocks but wish I didn't find them so fiddly to make.
Some of the applique blocks & borders and Y-seam pieced blocks.
More of the blocks made in class.
The first time I've seen Kerry's blue and red borders together. I think I've mentioned Kerry is making not one but two quilts. The blue looks stunning.
How tempting is this! I could quite happily forget about teaching and just play with their fabrics.
It's not just the contents that can be exciting. Loved this tin of Sue's. Can anyone explain what 'Overseas Selection' means and would it be better than 'local'.