What do you do for three days of driving? Well, if I’m a passenger, I’d have a hand project to work on. BUT, when I’m the driver, I drive…no hand work for me. 😦
It was a long way home but I had a great time at Stitcher Paradise in St. Petersburg, FL. I still feel like I’m in the car so I’ll keep this short, but I have lots of photos!
Three great classes and wonderful students! Cheryl kept the booth hopping with demos while I taught. Great job Cheryl! A HUGE thanks to Michael and Cynthia for helping take down and load my car. We got the last load out as it started to rain…POUR…by the time I got back inside. We were rewarded with a double rainbow later on when the rain stopped.
A few pictures from my 4-3-2-1-DONE class. Several chose to be controlled with their colors while others were random. I can’t wait to see them ALL finished. Some packed up before I got photos (looking to see those in a finished quilt – wink, wink)
#1 – Have FUN in classes! We had a lot of laughs and instruction. Refreshers of the basics is always good. They reported they learned something new!!In the Twirl-A-Tool class we did a faux piped binding sample. Since we were working with a wide 4 1/2″ binding we still got the same awesome finish with Brilliant Bindings. We turned the tool and used the 45 degree line on the tool to draw our cutting line! Score! Another use for the lines on the tool….and tip #2!!
Hi Loved seeing all the examples from your 4-3-2-1 class. XO Mom
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