Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Let's Check on Claudia

It has been awhile since I've shared anything from Claudia, the very willing and increasingly skilled student I had last year. She and her new Bernina appear to be just as happy as can be together, stitching up all sorts of loveliness.

When we last had a student-teacher get together, she wanted to get the basics for making a quilt for which she'd recently purchased a pattern. I wrote about it; so click here if you want the details.

A more vibrant quilt could not be had! I love that Claudia is using the most basic blocks - the plain square, the 3-row bar, and the 9-patch. These pieces work so well and afford such variety. Setting them on point just adds to the impressiveness of the effort.

Isn't she doing a great job? Her intersections are spot-on, and each block looks even and square. Well done!

Here's one more project she recently shared with me - not so much sewing as it was gluing and folding.

This box for electronic devices keeps them all corralled and in neat order near their chargers.

Keep up the great work, Claudia! And keep those pictures coming, too!

Happy Quilting, Friends!

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