eagerly awaiting was this past Saturday and boy was the wait well worth it!
full hour ahead of schedule. I like to be
early, but not that early 😉 Most likely due to my excitement, I slept really
poorly the night before. So I wanted to be sure I had time to pick-up a coffee
and get there with plenty of time to set-up and chat with the other
participants before getting down to business.
Montreal Modern Quilt Guild members and learning “Y” seams from Libs Elliott. Although
I will say, I have yet to have that “a-ha” moment when it comes to those “Y”
seams. We haven’t found our love for one another, but I’m sure with a little
more practice we will get there 😉 My table mate was zooming along while I
struggled to get the first two rows joined.
machine earlier this week (more on that soon) and I am already loving the precision I can achieve with her! So it will be interesting to tackle those “Y” seams.
and patient. All qualities I appreciate in a teacher. Especially when I’m
struggling with a technique 😉
there were 26 participants working on the same pattern and yet we all had
different interpretations and colorways. I just love that!
and everyone has dubbed it the creamsicle quilt! Which is quite apropos given
that one of the fabrics is actually called creamsicle J
call this project complete. But I’ll be
sure to check-in and post the final quilt once she comes together! If you need some tips on how to use the Hex-N-More ruler, be sure to check out my tutorial on this nifty little tool.
This is the first quilting workshop I’ve attended and I
would love to attend more. Please share your recommendations in the comments below so we can all improve on our craft!