Thursday, April 04, 2013

iPhone-o-Gram! Quilting in Nashville Day Three!

Smith Mountain Morning class! These girls are hard at work making some beautiful quilts!

A special treat---Faye brought in her late 1800's Singer New Family with fiddle shaped base and is treadling away in class.

So fun to watch her go!

We've mastered half square triangles with the easy angle ruler and were working on star points with the Tri recs ruler before we broke for lunch.

Day three is going swimmingly and we are having a quiltingly good time!


  1. Oh I am taking this class in May, when you come to Maine - I can't wait!!!

    Faith in Southern Maine

    1. Faith,
      I am taking that class , too.
      Also, Kathleen. We will have to make sure that
      we meet face to face. Or make ourselves know as Quiltvileians! Ramona from Maine

  2. WoW! Faye really is a sweetheart! I'd love to be in that class and be able to see that treadle up close and personal. This is another one of my favorites of your quilts! Have a fun afternoon!

  3. I'm sewing the day away here too. It's wonderful! Wish I was in your class though :-)
    I'm having a giveaway on my blog for a Jennifer Chiaverini book. Come by for a visit!

  4. i'll see you may 5th for smith mountain morning with my pinks and greens.....

    1. Wow, pinks and greens. I wiil be happy with the colors that Bonnie did, my colors or could be purples. Ramona from Maine

  5. Beautiful machine! I love that fiddle-shaped base!

  6. what is the name of that quilt please, it is gorgeous. What a lot of very lovely happy ladies you show at your classes. Too far to bring my sewing machine - I am in NZ!!!

  7. What a pretty machine. She must have great helpers to get that heavy machine set up for class.


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