So what’s next? I’ve been asking myself that for a while. When Charlene and I were at the quilt show in Shedden working in the vending booth, there were a number of people who made enquiries about possible classes and teaching using basic English Paper Piecing shapes like hexagons and 60 degree diamonds. The small project that I did based on Willyne Hammerstein’s Creme Brullee attracted a lot of interest. But I don’t own that design so I can’t in honesty use the design for teaching purposes. However I do have a design that was done in Electric quilt based on 5 different 60 degree shapes which I started putting together a couple of days ago. This is what I’ve got so far. I’m winging it right now for putting it together. As I am sewing it together I am seeing ways to make it easier and to break it down into units that will make it better for a teaching sample. Once I’ve worked through putting this one together I’ll do another and take pictures as I go. It might end up a written pattern as well.
So, I’m going to link up to Kathy’s Slow Sunday Stitching and get back to working on this sample.
Your quilt is amazing!ReplyDelete
Yahoo! Leo’s Mane looks great!! Nice new sample too.ReplyDelete
Congrats on your finish!ReplyDelete
Congratulations on finishing Leo's Mane. That is a wonderful accomplishment. Your teaching sample block looks like a fun block to EPP.ReplyDelete
So nice to meet you today. Hope you enjoy our Quilt Show!ReplyDelete