I loved your class. It was so much fun. And made applique a little less ... intimidating. :-) I finished the project I started and am going to make a pillow with it on the front and my project from Jess' improv piecing class on the back, with "Sewing Summit 2011" somewhere on there. :-) Thanks for the great class!
Ditto. It was so awesome to meet you. Your applique tips were so cool and totally different than how I had been doing them. It is way easier your way. Thanks. And it is cool that I made it on your blog. I am the one in the gray shirt that you are helping on the sewing machine. Lisa
That looks like a lot of fun! I love seeing that sea of sewing machines. Makes me smile. That tells me that a lot of sewing was going on and sewing makes me happy!
Thank you SO much for the starch applique class! What a challenge to create my own design AND apply it in such a short time, but it was fun and I was AMAZED at the fantastic things people came up with! I'm happy with my block & I finished zig zagging this morning & blogged it.You know, I had a can of spray starch & box of freezer paper for over a year ~ ready to go but never tried it. This class got my tushy in gear! Thanks so much Natalia :)Blogged: http://blueskyquilter.blogspot.com/2011/10/sewing-summit-ladies-good-times.html
Looks like fun . Too bad life changed your plans ; happens a lot , doesn't it ? I would have loved to learn from you in person , but I DID learn from your tutorial online when I started the wall hanging (that still is not done !) and now I actually do more appliques ! Thanks , I needed the push !!!!
Meeting you was one of the coolest parts of the summit. Thanks for the awesome class on applique. It completely changed how I do it now...and for the better. Next year, see if they would let you do the machine quilting class or demo a long arm quilting class. Just a thought.
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