|That's me, peeking over the top!|
Last Saturday I taught my very first
TLC Quilters guild workshop,
all by myself!
I taught the Jelly Roll Race quilt
and we had a lot of fun.
|2 of my sample tops|
My first instruction to my students was this:
"Take out all of your strips,
fluff them up
and put 'em in a big pile on the table!"
This one had all of her strips neatly separated by color
and wound around cardboard tubes!
There were batiks, civil war repros, Halloween,
red-white-&-blues, and Christmas strips.
|Making sure there weren't any twists.|
An impossible task!
Out of the 8 students that were sewing,
5 of them had completed tops by the end of the workshop!
A 6th one emailed me on Monday, that she finished her top on Sunday. I think that's pretty good!
Here they are, in order of finishing:
Look how it divided itself - dark on one side, light on the other!
And the whole crew:
They were wonderful students!
They've made me start thinking about
what I could do in another workshop.