Log Cabin – probably our all-time favourite (Chris wrote a book on this block too) – same block, lots of ways to set and arrange, hugely satisfying!
Way back in the mists of time we put some of our quilts together for a one day exhibit at the Nantwich sale (now moved to Sandbach) – it was good to see them displayed and we were quite surprised at how many quilts we had to choose from. Just a few of our favourites –
We probably like the process and tools and gadgets as much as we enjoy the finished result – and it’s very satisfying supervising a class full of happy students!
Flashback to an extremely popular Saturday class – Dresden Delight. Dresden Plate has so many possibilities (and Chris produced a book on some of them) it’s always a delight to teach the basics and beyond.
So how did May creep up so quickly when some of us hadn’t even realised it was April??! All of which means that the May EQ Doodles are there ready to look at and the colouring page has been done as well. You can download it here. But, having not noticed April coming (and going again), there was no Doodle colouring page to download last month – so here it is at last. Just too much excitement in the gardens of C&B Towers, I fear: new flower beds and paths to create, seedlings to prick out, plants to pot on, shrubs to prune, summer bulbs to plant . . . .
Here’s a reminder of last month’s Doodle –
And for colour inspiration –