The day finally arrived for the Rebekah Smith workshop. A big thank you to Deb and Pat for hosting this at their beautiful home and a big thank you to Rebekah for having this workshop.
Preliminary stitching had to be complete upon our arrival as it would take the day to assemble our sewing books.
Stitchers hard at work . . .
Gluing using Rebekah's "secret" glue. That's my book in the foreground.
Showing off our completed/almost completed books. The amazing quilt to the right was done by Deb's mom, Pat. That's Deb in the green and her mom beside her. I want to be like Pat when I grow up. She is SO talented. (I'm hiding in the back right.)
I didn't quite finish my book in class but did last evening. The finished project is about 9" square. Some of my stitches are a little wonky, things are not quite square, but I do love how it turned out.
The heart flower to the right is lightly stuffed and the "flower pot" is open at the top so you can store floss. The needle flap to the left is only attached at the top.
A few amazing items were shared. Cheryl, my tablemate, stitched this amazing block of the month project. She was not a quilter and I'm not sure if she had previous applique experience, but she did an amazing job.
Aren't these just too sweet?
Teri hooked/appliqued this fun runner in a Crows on the Ledge workshop.
It was so hard to get a picture of these two runners. They were from another Rebekah Smith workshop. Teri's is on the top and Cheryl's on the bottom. I think we have two overachievers . . . lol :)
Next month I am taking a Maggie Bonanomi applique workshop. I am really excited about that. So many projects . . . so little time. I really must get busy and hook on my pug rug. I haven't pulled a loop in several days.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)