The front and back are sandwiched with a layer of 100% cotton batting which even makes it funner when it's washed. If you really like this class and want to learn the method. I will be teaching it in the Corn Wagon's new summer line up of classes. I can't wait but a little nervous at the same time. This is the first time I have taught classes at the shop. The class will be May 21st, 6:00 -9:00. Come in and sign up at our Open House May 7-9th. You can get your supply list then. That's all the sew & tell for today. I hope it's another fun sewing day. Happy Sewing, Shannon
April 22, 2009
If I remember right, I don't think I posted anything for "SEW" & Tell last Wednesday. I think I have that disease they call ADQD (Attention Deficit Quilt Disorder). I have so many quilt ramblings going on in my head I don't know where to start. I'll start with this cute little baby quilt. It's called Vintage Baby Quilt. This is the class I took in St. George last month. It was fun to learn something I hadn't done before. You sew and quilt this quilt as you go, then when your finished, bind and wash it to give it the vintage look. I used a charm pack from the Snippetts line from Moda. Very vintage and just right for this style of quilt.