mandy munroe

stitching, quilting, fabric, projects

Improv. Workshop

We had a fab time playing with fabric last week at Hometown.

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Such a creative group and very open to having a go at Improvisational Piecing ………………..

Barbara decided on a green background and a rectangular setting.

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Anthea doesn’t like pink (hehe) but she cracked on, added borders and even got the back of her cushion together.

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Debbie really enjoyed her scraps, I think this one is going to grow and grow.

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Jo decided on a warm cream centre for the bed runner she is making as a gift.

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Myrna went for plum with her Kaffe mix.

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And Gina chose orange for her Australian combination.gnahmtn

Elaine used her scraps of batiks

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and she brought in her finished seat cover from the Tippler workshop to show us, yum!

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I’ll be teaching more Improv. at the Festival of Quilts 2016 in early August. There are still a few spaces left if you’d like to join us for a few hours of patchwork fun 🙂

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