There was a lot of sewing done in the class last night, and all the students are doing a great job. They seem to be having fun, too.
We talked about different ways that 6 1/2" string blocks can be used in quilts. This one was made by fussy-cutting 6 1/2" blocks from Campbell kids fabric and putting them together with the string blocks. It is a cute and colorful quilt. It is in the stack I'm saving for my as-of-yet-unborn-great-grandchildren.
Last week, Thyme put her sewing machine on the back seat of her car as she was leaving the class. She had to slam on her brakes in traffic, and the machine tumbled off the seat, and pushed her thread holder down into the sewing machine. She was not able to fix it, so she borrowed a sewing machine from a friend for tonight's class. I have never heard of this happening, and I'm hoping she will be able to get it fixed. In the meantime, she produced several beautiful blocks on her friend's machine.
This class is made possible by a grant from the Alabama State Council on the Arts.