|Mary Clark's Class Sample|
|Mary's samples of hexagon quilts and the Superior Under Thread|
She fuses the template to the wrong side of the fabric, cuts the hexagon leaving a quarter inch seam allowance, and then uses a glue pen to iron the seam allowances to the back of the hexagon.
Mary also had a new way of knotting the thread that allowed continual sewing. A gal made a video of Mary's instructions so we wouldn't forget! I hope the insertion of the video works.
My work in progress in class. The print fabric is my new kitchen curtain fabric. I wanted to make a teapot hotpad.
|My finished project|
|The class also learned how to make the folded Bow Ties seen in on the table|
Sorry for the lousy photos but here are several of Mary's quilts from her presentation.
|Lots of half square triangles make this quilt spectacular|
|Rework embroidery, piecing, and that lovely house|
|This was made for Anita Shakelsford's publication Coxcomb Variations|
|Mary loves dimensional appliqué'|
I used up all the my Fons & Porter glue pen on this project. But I was able to compete the entire project in 24 hours.