Sunday, June 5, 2016

This week at Fairholme ...

Lyn's pieced portrait of her father is made with 3/4"
squares  - the like ness becomes more obvious the further
away you are, as you can see from the small image below.

Diane brought in her dragon quilts - this one is machine appliqued
Diana's second dragon quilt depicts a tea party in
a tree house, and the dragons are embellished
with gems, as you would expect!
Pat, who is not usually a hand sewer, is teaching
herself to do needle turn applique ...
...  and she chose some high-contrast fabrics from the
community stash to try out a disappearing nine-patch block.
Jill revisited our Serendipity Circles workshop with 
Brenda Gael Smith in 2013 and improv New York Beauty 
arcs for this quilt top, for a young man who likes blue 
and a bit of orange.

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