Small and simple class

What a great day we had! Small in numbers (which meant plenty of room to spread out) but big on production and satisfaction – and not forgetting cake. Chris demonstrated the simple squares, strips and slice concept that was the starting point for the top. Our initial plan for the day had been 1. piece small quilt top, then 2. quilt the top and finally 3. bind the quilt top – keeping everything small and simple as per the title of the class. And that could have happened. However, our crack team of quilters decided that they were having too much fun playing with possibilities to move on to quilting and binding, so we contented ourselves with demonstrations and Important Things To Remember. This is what we both enjoy about our classes – we can adapt on the spot to meet the needs of the class, and everyone is happy. So, no finished small and simple quilts to show, but you can enjoy some of the fabrics and work in progress –

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