Thursday, July 11, 2019

My Cup Runneth Over


I hope the students in my class had a good time because I sure did!  My soul was filled with the energy and happiness that comes when quilters/stitchers are having a great time.  There were some Quilt Roadie viewers in the class and I know that I made a few new friends!  And, truly what is not to love about a Buttermilk Basin design!

I fell in love with this weee bit of a pincushion that one of the students had and said was made by Lorna Hunter...I spy some Bullion Stitches!!!  I am going to try and make one of  these.  :)


And, another student and fan of Buttermilk Basin 
brought her Summer BOM in to share...it is fantastic!


...and look...it looks like Enzo!  I am going to have to ask Stacy for this one!


Off to another teaching day...
the energy is high, the laughter contagious 
and the quilting love over flowing! 
Hope your day is as beautiful!

9 comments:

  1. I’m sure there was lots of laughter along with learning in the class. So fun to share skills with new friends.

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  2. I was curious on how/ when you started teaching and what do you teach.

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    1. I have taught off and on for several years but in the last 3 years I have only taught during the Quilters Affair :) I have taught Hawaiian Applique, Watercolor, Miniature Quilts and the last 3 years wool applique :)

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  3. I haven't had time to watch the video yet but hopefully tomorrow. Today was so busy! I love that little thimble too and li'l Enzo pulls at my heartstrings. I miss seeing him run along the beach at the closing but I guess you felt it was time to move on. July 8th was the 1st anniversary of losing my precious Phoebe and I miss her oh so much. Have a great weekend.

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    1. yes...the hole is huge...last night I walked in the house and expected to see him :( They are our family.

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  4. Looks like a wonderful time is being had by all. They are very lucky to have you as their teacher. Love the little Enzo!!

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    1. you are so kind...I too love the Enzo :)

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  5. I was lucky enough to be in this class with Anna as our teacher. I thoroughly enjoyed myself. I am about halfway done with my class project and it is adorable. Thank you Anna for a fun class and a great project. Thank you Stacy for a great design. ✂️
    P.S. (I am the one in the photo above, holding my quilt)

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