A class picture, November, 2010, at the quilt grows. Yes, it is a 3 or maybe 4 bobbin quilt of stitching.
Our Appalachian music star of the class, Jeni, who traded music for fabric while touring England this summer. Every piece holds a memory and a story.
Our quilt backs become fiber art with those twirling, flat intersections. Tedious, but well worth it!
Somewhere over the rainbow lies a finished quilt top!
Carol and Geni laboring away, stitch by stitch and row by row.
How great is this to have a design wall and a whole table for every student as you get to watch the quilt grow.
A typical sunny fall day with those gleaming red roofs. So much to learn and so little time.