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Sunday, August 12, 2012

Postcard Class


This past Saturday I taught a post card class at the Quilt Block. All of the ladies had a good time and really came up with some great cards. This one belongs to Diane. I like how she put the fabric on an angle. These were scraps she had from a previous project.


Jan is going on a quilt cruise and they are having a postcard exchange. This is the one she made. One fabric can make a really fun card!


Elaine made a cupcake with lots of frosting, as she said, "it's the best part"! I like lhow she broke the stitching around the edge. I think it highlighted the flame.



I had 2 Jans in my class. This is what the other Jan made. She decided she wanted to make hers a little bigger than a typical size post card. She has a lot of stitching there too.


They were a nice bunch of ladie and they finished their projects!


I always enjoy seeing the things people bring to class. Diane brought this pin cushion that was her grandmother's, a hamburger, love it!
Thanks again for a wonderful day ladies!!!

Kelly

10 comments:

  1. Bravo Kelly! They catch your spirit.

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  2. Cute postcards! That pincushion is fun!

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  3. That would have been such a fun class!! All the cards are wonderful!! That hamburger pincushion is brilliant!!!

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  4. How fun and happy they all are. Makes me just want to grab some fabric and play!

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  5. Some really nice postcards! Obviously you are a great teacher!!

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  6. How cute!!! Great little projects.

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  7. OMG I thought that the pincushion was huge in the photo before I realized it was in the foreground. I would have loved it at 2" round too.
    Great postcards, thanks for sharing the class work.

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  8. So glad you got to teach! You're a natural with those postcards. Hope it was a paying gig!

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  9. Love all of them!

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  10. What fun -- wish I could have been there! I wouldn't know where to start on my own.

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