So, it was a beautiful day by the blue Pacific last month when I had the pleasure of visiting the South Bay group. We had a fun class and here are the results of the class.
The next event just a few days after my trip to beautiful Redondo Beach was the Santa Clara Valley Quilt Association quilt show on April 20-21. I was so proud and pleased to have been chosen one of the Featured Artists this year. It was so fun to talk to everyone about our books and about needle turn applique! Here are some pictures of my booth at the show. All the quilts are from our books, except for the two bird quilts at the end but I do have a pattern for the quilt which is called, Birds in a Cherry Tree. The Happy Houses quilt was a favorite along with the two Tile Quilts on the right.
One exhibit at the show was quilts produced in workshop and I had the pleasure of seeing two results from my workshop on tile quilts.
And this one is a compilation of blocks from several quilts in Tile Quilt Revival. Not the best photo but a great quilt, Mary!
And, last but not least, I was back in SoCal a week ago at the Santa Monica Quilt Guild, back by the blue Pacific and had some great Mexican food also! Here's a link to their website showing the class in progress. http://www.santamonicaquiltguild.org/page69/page69.html
And here are some of the blocks a little further along. Mostly Starry Orange Peel blocks this time and all wonderful! I never cease to be amazed at the variety of fabrics that all seem to work!
This last block is actually finished! She chose to fuse her block rather than do needle turn applique.