Monday, March 19, 2012

Fish Baby Log Cabin Class

I spent the morning teaching the first half of my Fish Baby Log Cabin class. The design was originally created as a baby gift for my swim coach, Andrea Fischer, also known as Fish and eventually made it's way to Sew, Mama, Sew as a PDF pattern. I currently have even grander plans for this pattern, but am also enjoying teaching it to my super-enthusiastic students at Stitch Lab.
Here are a few images from today's session.

14 comments:

Cindy said...

Absolutely gorgeous original quilt and class quilts!

danih03 said...

I wish I had your eye for color choices. Can you go fabric shopping with me sometime? haha:D Love that baby quilt!

Ulla's Quilt World said...

Your quilts/crafts are so fantastic! It's so nice to find other quilters all around the world!
www.quiltworld2.blogspot.com
Hugs, Ulla (from Finland)

Angela Nussbaum said...

Oh that looks so awesome!! come to colorado, dont all texans end up in colorado at one point or another? come up here and teach us a class! lol.

Judy said...

Wonderful baby quilt with the bright colors! I wish I could be in the class too....

berylthepearl said...

This is my favorite baby quilt to make - I've made 2 of them. Your class members' colors are wonderful!

Katie @SwimBikeQuilt said...

oh wow, I love this!!!

Victoria said...

I love the circular quilting, so effective! Wish I had a class like yours close to me...sounds like a good day out!

Nana said...

This looks really good and nice quilting.

Nana from Germany

Habibti at Home said...

One image of this fantastic quilt top inspired me to whip up a giant log cabin baby quilt last night. Thank you so much! I just blogged about it linking back to you here http://habibtiathome.blogspot.com/2012/03/our-babys-first-quilt.html Such a great quilt and such bright beautiful colors!!

Annabellouise said...

Really gorgeous. I am studying the photos to see how to do it. What is particularly impressive is the circular quilting. How do you do that?

Annabellouise said...

Really gorgeous. I am studying the photos to see how to do it. What is particularly impressive is the circular quilting. How do you do that?

Lasso the Moon said...

That looks like so much fun!
Anna

Deirdre Mae Micker said...

You liberate me from the inferiority complex I have developed about ever,"Perfecting" my quilting skills. I am smart and artistic with perceptual impairments that make straight seams and lines of stitching an endless and disheartening challenge. You have liberated me via one article in Quilting magazine and I am forever grateful.
Deirdre Mae Micker, Ulster County,NY