The first, and only, quilt class I took was at Queen Ann's Lace back in 2004. There were four of us girls in the class, and we each made a lap quilt using the rail fence pattern. I enjoyed my classmates and the class.
The faces have been removed to protect the innocent ;-)) Looking back at these pictures and thinking of the experience, I realize I really should take more quilting classes. I need to expand my quilting abilities.....broaden my horizons....learn to think outside the box.....
This is the lap quilt that I made. I named it AMERICA for my son Eric and the patriotic fabrics included. Picking out the fabrics was the hardest part of this class. No charm packs, jelly rolls, layer cakes or other coordinating fabric lines were allowed (maybe not even invented then)!!!
Here is Eric all snuggled up in his quilt. Isn't he a cutie? Of course, he's a teenager with a driver's license now, and the lap size doesn't fit any more. I have since made him a bigger quilt.
Have an amazing day!!!