The autumn clean is coming on with books and fabrics identified for sale. They have been put in the corner and are waiting for photographing and listing. This will have to wait now until next week as I have a busy few days, teaching. I have prepared the studio for the Folded Log Cabin patchwork lesson on Thursday. This is an online class and the tech has been tested and everything performed beautifully. My sister has actually ordered a log cabin, which she is going to use as a craft room for our mum and herself. I am looking forward to being able to have online crafting sessions with both of them soon. I hope that I haven’t jinxed it now, and that our Wi-Fi doesn’t glitch.
All the fabric has been prepared and sorted for the blocks. I am using layer cakes from Moda. The collection is called Winterlude by Three Sisters. I bought them a few years ago and have been adding blocks to the quilt each time I do a workshop. I think though that this will be the last workshop for this collection. I will have to look out for another collection for next years classes.
I have also been exploring different shapes and the Folded Log Cabin technique and made a fun sampler cushion. This was with William Morris inspired fabrics.
Tomorrow I am back to teaching in person at Tudor Rose Patchwork near Bedford. I have to admit to slight trepidation but I am looking forward to catching up with my students. It will be good to see everyone again. I think a mix of online classes and in person lessons are going to be here for the foreseeable future.
The main thing is to keep on enjoying our patchwork & quilting and any other crafts we do.
Happy Quilting – Bev