Saturday, January 25, 2020

Road to California Quilt Sho.

Just back from Road to Calfornia Quilt Show. A fast trip, where I met up with Sandi, took two classes, saw all the beautiful quilts and of course shopped all the wonderful vendors.

Our first class was Wednesday night, a Mystery Class. No cutting required as we were provided these great laser cut kits.

A blue and white quilt. First rows completed below.

With Pat Yamin,4 rows complete.
Sandi, sewing away.

Finished quilt sample below. Still have a few more rows to go in mine. Love the graphic design. Will  be looking for a border fabric to finish it off.

The big reveal!

Next up a class with Analie Beldon-Jelly roll Dresden. This was a fun class- a lot of steps for each block, but not too complicated and Analie was a great teacher.

Analie and class samples.
Two Blocks done!

4 blocks done in Class.

Visiting vendors was up next and we hade a great time finding some items to start new projects and complete projects. Will be posting details soon, with all the adds to the stash.

Next post I will share some of the great quilts that were in the show, along with the Grand Prize winner.

1 comment:

  1. Didn't we have fun! You have some great purchases. My Mystery kit still smells like burnt fabric. Want to get back to the Dresden project, but Frolic first! Sandi


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