Sunday, April 27, 2008

Sunday report

I'm happy to report that nothing was added to the stash this week. I did manage to sew 48 string blocks....I'll be putting the top together this week.

Today I took a class with Jackie Paton.....we did a quilt scene using paint sticks. It was a fun day and I was happy with the outcome. There were 12 of us taking the class and each top was so different. The next photo shows how she finished the quilt. I'm going to go through my stash and pull some fabrics to finish mine. :)




This is another one of Jackie's designs and that is her peeking over the top. I really like this one too!

14 comments:

tami said...

That is adorable. It looks like a fun class. I can't wait to see it finished.

Erin said...

geez nice very nice..if I had known I would have taken it with you..sigh oh well..thas life.

Mar said...

Oh those are adorable, did you paint that? wow a what a talent you have!

Linda said...

What a fun class, when do we get to see what you created in the class?

Teresa said...

I was not familiar with this designer and her work. Those quilts are very pretty.

Darlene said...

Wow, that's great! Did you have lots of fun?

Carole said...

What a lovely quilt scene! Sounds like a fun class. BTW, I love your new profile picture! Beautiful stairs! Keep well!

Libby said...

What a fun technique - can't wait to see how you finish yours!

Deb said...

Beautiful, Yvonne!

Kim said...

That's wonderful! I love it! Wow, you've been pretty busy! I haven't come by to visit lately--I see you've really gotten your mojo back, so I'll have to stop in more often. Love the photo of your cat, and your new camera looks like a blast!

Nan said...

What a great class! How I would love to do something like that. I can't wait to see your finished quilt - you did such a nice job!

Alison-My Little Stitching Corner said...

Oh, I just love the painted quilt top. Very nice work.

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Marcie said...

Nice job Yvonne! Was there a pattern provided for the picture or do you have the talent to paint it yourself?