((Smith Mountain Morning is featured in my book Scraps & Shirttails II and signed copies can be ordered from my website HERE.))
While the previous day’s quilt, Scrappy Trips, was an easy breeze and a quick bundle of fun, this class is more intense and mainly focuses on the use of 3 different techniques with specialty rulers: Easy Angle, Companion Angle and Tri-Recs --- all of which were mastered beautifully by the ladies as their units and blocks began to take shape.
Some classes, like Scrappy Trips ((also shown above)) ---provide an opportunity to get a WHOLE BUNCH of blocks done with in the class time ---but Smith Mountain Morning is a more labor intensive class, and we switch up units about every hour in order for everyone to get experience with all the units before putting them together into blocks.
Most students can usually complete one or two stars and one or two log cabin alternate blocks by the time we are done for the day --- but also have handfulls of units ready to put together into more blocks by the time they get home.
We had a great time sewing together, and I hope you enjoy our photos!
I’ll be good if I make it home by dinner time :c)
And Georgia was so fun, I’ll be back down here in a week!