Yesterday my gang of merry pattern testers and I headed to New Moon Textiles and took over the big classroom to test my latest pattern, a chunky little handbag. I can’t thank my testers enough… they make my designs better!
Thank you to Mary Ellen S, Mary Ellen G, Sandy, Alyssa, Jessica, Minerva, Barbara, Frances, and Noni! And thank you again to New Moon for hosting :-)
Here’s what came out of the classroom – check out the fabulous fabric choices!
And the Orange Robot Bag is MINE!!
I’ve been remiss in uploading photos! For shame!
Here is a new one I’ve been working on – you can see the top hanging at the New Moon booth at the Glendale Quilt Show this weekend:
And here are the latest from the Mouse Trap class a couple of weeks ago…. watch this space for more as I’m teaching it again this weekend at Cotton & Chocolate in Thousand Oaks.
I taught Big Block Tumble last weekend to lovely group of ladies over at New Moon Textiles in Pasadena CA. Jamie, Donna and Pam got lap sized quilt tops finished and borders well on the way; Janet was close behind with a half a twin sized top done (and the other half in big enough chunks that I’m betting she was finished before bedtime).
Pix of their efforts are here on Flickr – the ladies kindly gave permission to photo and publish.
It was such fun to see everyone’s fabric choices… we had a great mixture of styles, from a vintage floral (Janet) to the latest bold prints by Alexander Henry (Pam and Donna). Jamie played it cool with smooth blue and purple tones. Nice work, ladies!