Monday, January 30, 2012

Total Eclipse Class ~ Part 3

Hello Everyone,

Saturday marked the last day of the Total Eclipse Class that I taught in January.  Let me tell you these ladies were great!  They were all super talented and willing to learn and most of all they were all fabulous people.  Thank you all for being in my class, it was a pleasure.

Onto the goodies...


Sharon's wonderful purple version, love the bright version!


Kathy chose these fabulous fall like colors, a terrific palette.


Rita's version is somewhat of a gradation from darker/brighter to more calm.  Love the bright orange!



Joan has this jewel tone version. So different and just yummy!


Barbara hadn't completed all her KM units and really wanted to finish them up before her layout. She was busy working at it... can't wait to see it all done Barbara!


Sally (Grendelskin ~ her blog) was busy joining her H units to the KM units.  She has a fabulous bright version going too.  You may want to visit her blog and check out some of the photos that she has.  Sally took a great photo of her quilt on the design wall at home.  It is awesome!


Barb (A Corgi To Quilt By ~ her blog)  was very please with the color combination of  this block, I can see why!  Her quilt is going to be bright as well.  We certainly have the bright bug and I love it!  She also has some blog posts up about the class, so pop on over there too!


Sharon is almost done with sewing the rows together.  Doesn't it look phenomenal?


Maria finished all her units and laid out the quilt with one how left in the class and began sewing the rows together.  We all were ooooooing and ahhhhhing over her color combinations.  She used a lot of coral and teal and it was just gorgeous!


Last but not least, Elisa (Postpartum Quilter ~ her blog) made great strides!  She his a few road blocks along the way, but persevered and now has it down pat!  You did grew Elisa!  I am so looking forward to seeing all the progress on your quilt.  Elisa did a fantastic blog post on the last day of class, you can check it out on her blog here.

I also have a Flickr set that you can see ALL the photos that I took during class, just click here.

Sad to see this class end, but can't wait for the next one!  Stay tuned!

If you want to learn the basics of paper piecing, I did a step by step tutorial, just click here to see.

Also, don't forget to enter my Batik Fat Quarter Giveaway still going on, but ending soon... just click here.


Until Next Time...

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10 comments:

Elisa Black said...

What a wonderful post, Jackie! So much fun to view everyones progress. It really was a wonderful group of people and you did a great job as teacher! Can't wait for the next paper piecing/Judy Niemeyer class!

Stephanie said...

These area like fireworks! Bright, happy, bold, vivid. Great job to everyone.

beaquilter said...

wow wow wow, these are all amazing!!

Barb said...

Those quilts are sooooooooooooooooooo amazing, I loved seeing them in the different colors...

Nedra said...

How wonderful that your students got so much done. Every single one of their quilts is spectacular!

Exuberant Color said...

It must have been fun to watch all of those beauties emerge in your class!

Jean said...

I loved seeing all the different fabric and color combos on the same pattern... Fun, fun, fun!

Rebecca said...

While I get nightmares even thinking of doing a Niemeyer quilt I love to see the same patern is sooooo many different color ways... just looking at the different choices in color is a great class in colors...
Thank you for sharing

Miki Willa said...

Wow! I would love to have taken this class. These different color choices are amazing. What fun it must have been for you to watch all these quilts grow. Great post.

Venus de Hilo said...

Wow, every single one is stunning. So fun to see all the different treatments. Sounds like such a fun class.

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