You may recall that I boasted about having plenty of time for finishing homework since we had a week off between classes this time.
Yeah. Unfortunately that didn’t happen. So here’s my half quilted project. I just have to get those lines quilted the other direction and I’ll be ready for squaring up and binding.
The good news is that I had a small item to use for the binding lesson, so I’m not an entirely delinquent student. Nancy loves me anyway, I think!
I’m ridiculously happy with my practice piece. The picture on the right was supposed to be the back of it, but I think I almost like it better than the front. We’ll just have to wait and see how it gets used.
At the risk of repeating myself, there are several benefits to taking a quilt class (or any class) at Erica’s.
- You have time set aside to work on your projects.
- You have access to a teacher with YEARS of experience.
- There are other people learning along with you.
- You learn tips and tricks you will NEVER learn from any book or on your own.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this short series of articles about classes at Erica’s. If you’re local, I really hope that you’ll join us for a class soon. I’m already signed up for three more! See you there!
You can see What’s New at Erica’s almost every day! Any page of our website has a column on the left that tells you where to find things, and all you have to do is look for “New Items” in purple, and click to find out.