Recently I taught Seminole Patchwork at Studio Stitch in Greensboro. The strips were successfully made…
and one place mat per student assembled, basted, quilted, and ready for binding!
I particularly liked this one made with Mode Grunge fabric.
AND the Gypsy Wife top is finished. I am truly done with that project. Off to the quilter it goes.
Hope you had a successful September, too!
Love your Gypsy Wife quilt. I know you are glad to have it behind you but you will love it when it is quilted. Some of the difficult quilts are like child birth….we forget the pain as soon as the beautiful baby (quilt) is placed in our arms. 🙂
Haha! Good point!
Ah, very nice Gypsy Wife! I love the sense of ribbons or stems from the bottom. It looks fresh and happy. Good job.
Thanks. Sometimes a good quilt is a done quilt 😉
The Gypsy quilt is gorgeous!
I’m glad you had a successful September, as did I. Looking forward to what October brings.🎃
Yes! A new month and new plans 😀
Love the Gypsy Quilt and your Seminole Patchwork! You are busy with all that you do and teach. I’m always looking forward to your next class and/or quilt. 😀
Thanks! I hope this week rings you some better news on the health front.
Love the Seminole Patchwork and the color palette!
You inspire me to get out my Seminole Patchwork book! Love the placemat. And yes, some projects outlast the enthusiasm, but I like Gypsy Wife.
“Some projects outlast the enthusiasm” is an excellent way to express it! But then 6 months later you look at it and say, “wow! Did I do that?”