Happy Monday, and welcome to Main Crush Monday!
Happy March 6th! Already….can you believe we are into the third month of the year? I still feel like it’s January. Time is flying by….
Okay I have to confess. I feel like the party guest who shows up empty handed, with not even a bottle of wine for the hostess. Meaning, I have no pics to share with you today of all the progress I made last week. And I did make progress.
I do have a snapshot of the borders on one of the customer quilts, and if you follow me on Instagram you may have already seen this. These hearts were marked (by the customer- yay!), so quilting was pretty easy. I do like this stencil though, and might have to get it for myself.
I finished the quilting on two other customer quilts, trimmed HST’s for my M-I-L’s quilt, attended a binding class and taught a paper piecing class and beginning quilting class. So see, I haven’t been slacking. I was super busy all week but it was a fun week.
Both classes went really well. I had six students in the paper piecing class, and five had never PP anything. It was scary to see how confused they were at first. I promised them that it would all make sense by the end of class and they doubted me, but guess what? All of them grasped the PP concept, understood how to make their blocks, and finished them! They even asked for another class to build on the first. That’s the best feedback I could have received. 🙂
There are three more weeks in the Beginning Quilting class, and there are six students there as well. Our beginning project is a table runner, and I’m looking forward to seeing how each one will be different based on fabric choice. It’s a fun class.
I definitely will have progress pictures to show you next week on a few things I’ll be working on. I have another wholecloth baby quilt I need to finish and stitching that will be a lot of fun.
Now it’s your turn to share your crushes for this week! I know you are working on some amazing things, so show them off here. You can link up any blog post, Instagram or Flickr pic – here’s how: