I'm a wee bit behind....but getting closer to the finish line

It's been a whirlwind month.

My "Inspired By A Nine-Patch" workshop went off without a hitch.  Fourteen energized quilters joined in the fun and we filled the day making nine-patch blocks, slicing them up, down, in and out, until we began to feel the improvisational 9-patch love.

"Inspired by a nine-patch" workshop at Quilters Guild Acadienne

Some of us stopped to figure it out! before proceeding.

Stella stopped to figure it out
Some talked
Some listened

Some of us talked, some of us listened

Some smiled and stitched the day away.  Catch a glimpse of Gerry's fabric.  Oh, man!

Gerry smiled as she stitched.  Catch a glimpse at her fabric!!

 I'm coveting Debbie's red and black mix.  What a bold and beautiful statement this is making on her design wall.

Debbie Theriot chose delicious red and black fabrics....making quite the statement on her design wall

And Janet's background was just perfect for her traditional setting. Love it.

Janet's background is a great color, so different for her traditonal setting
Liz decided to use only Kaffe Fassett fabric.....lucky girl won as a door prize. 
I touched her, hoping the luck would pass to me!
Liz Breaux using only Kaffe Fassett fabric - beautiful

All fourteen quilters had made a vastly different  fabric selection for the workshop.  It just made my day to see how everyone's quilt top came together in either a traditional or modern double-disappearing nine-patch design. 



1 comment :

  1. Now, exactly how does one become so lucky to win Kaffe fabric? (did she save someone from zombies or some other horrifying monster?)

    Looks like y'all had a great day. Isn't it interesting how many versions you can get from the same blocks? Or how different they all look just from a change in the fabrics? They really are beautiful!


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