September 27, 2013

Flutterby...

 I have been busy this week working on a new quilt. It wasn't all rearranging
furniture and moving the studio around, you know. I'm going to be teaching
new classes in October, so I thought it might be a good idea to sew up the
projects ahead of time. Yeah. Nothing like waiting 'til the last minute.
One class I'll be teaching is a sweet quilt called "Flutterby" by Whimsicals.
It involves hand applique', simple piecing, and finishes under 50" square.
 I'm nearly finished with the center motif and will work the butterfly corners
 next. After they're finished, I'll work my way through the instructions to
 complete the piecing assembly. I like to go step-by-step, so that I know
 where my students might get hung up. I can work out any bugs so they
won't have to. (So far, the instructions are great and easily understood.)

I'll be working on it all weekend, so I'll give you an update on Monday.
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Minimiss said...

Yet another nice pattern you have found. I look forward to seeing the end result.

Leeanne said...

Oh I love it! I love Whimsical's designs, I have a few design from Terri's books.

laurajane said...

Beautiful as usual,look forward to seeing it finished.xx

Createology said...

Your hand applique is such perfection. This quilt class will be another one I am sad to miss. Blissful Stitching Dear...

Sharon Chapman said...

Another beautiful project. I wish I was there to partake. I need it ;-)

TerriSue said...

What a lovely quilt. You do such beautiful work. I haven't responded in a while because I broke two bones in my foot and my ankle in two places. I did it on Sept. 20. Jim's and my 33rd Anniversary, so instead of going out for dinner we spent the evening in the hospital where I wasn't released until Sunday. I haven't spent much time at the computer as I'm supposed to have my foot elevated. Happy Sunday to you.

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