Thursday, 16 October 2014

Proud Moments

You know that feeling of joy and pride when you finish a quilt? I love that feeling.

Since I started teaching quilting, I've been surprised to find that I get that same feeling when students show me their finished quilts. I see how proud they are of their work and it, in turn, makes me feel proud that I had some role in that. It's awesome!

Recently, Heather Williams, who took my Modern Free Motion Quilting Sampler class back in February, showed me her finished quilt. Whoa! She took it to a whole new level!

She expanded on the 12 blocks the class covered and made her quilt with 100 blocks. It's gorgeous!

And she's working on another one! Beautiful work, Heather. Thank you so much for sharing it with us!

Have a wonderful weekend all!


  1. WOW that is phenomenal! Congrats on being such a good teacher :)

  2. Wow - what a stunning quilt! I know exactly how you feel about when your students finish a quilt. I have only taught a few friends but it such a lovely feeling when they are pleased with their finished item. xx

  3. Stunning work....this says a lot for you're a wonderful quilter and teacher!

  4. That is crazy amazing! I bet in real life it is even more stunning!

  5. That is really a beautiful quilt with stunning!

  6. What a stunning quilt! I can see why you would be proud.

  7. Wow, this is amazing, you must be an awesome teacher ;) You should feel proud.

  8. Wow...what an amazing quilt. Kudos to Heather.

  9. That is beautiful! I'm taking your class next week and I cannot wait! :-)


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