Monday, March 1, 2010

Very talented students

I am teaching the open sewing class every Thursday at Prairie Queens Quilt Shop in San Jose, CA and some of my regular students brought their projects and shared with everyone. How wonderful they are!

Ayako made "Coney Island" by Fig Tree Quilts using 30's fabrics. The green sashing pulling all the colors together. Fun quilt!
and she is making another quilt. This is my pattern "Twinkle Twinkle" using Lecien's fabric Celebration by Brenda Riddle. So sweet! Perfect for Valentine's Day.

This is Kazumi's very first quilt. She made this for her daughter. Machine pieced and hand stitched around the hearts and hand quilted. Very sweet!

Yoko made two bags and matching skirt. Double wedding ring bag is the block leftover from the quilt she made for her mother. She wanted to keep the memory with her. Hexagon bag is made from her old skirt and she changed the design and made another skirt. Very talented! One old skirt turned into a bag and new skirt!
Kanako made this very simple but pretty quilt using feed sack fabrics. Just adding small triangles in the corner of the each squares gave this quilt movement and scallopped border added nice design on simple white border. Can you feel antique?
I'm very lucky to have such a wonderful group of students. I will share other students projects another time.

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