Hershey Quilt Show

At the end of July I taught at the Hershey Show in Hershey, Pennsylvania for the first time. My friend Melissa moved to the Philadelphia area earlier this year and I was delighted as she was able to attend the show and she also signed up for 3 of my classes.
During the three days I taught 5 classes, 3 full day and two mystery wool stitch classes in the evenings. It was a very busy 3 days but lots of fun.

The first class was my Red Clover quilt which has three blocks. I love the variations on the theme. Many used different colors and a variety of ribbons for stems.

Sue, Monica and Heidi brought there wonderful Victoria bags for me to see.
During the afternoon we played with our embellishment threads adding stitches for texture.

The Second day was the Early Pincushion. Even though this is an old pattern it is a great one day class as it is small enough to do some great embellishments on.

The third day was the Teaberry Sac. This is a great winter purse! All had fun adding stitches to the berries and leaves.

We had one finished project along with another student who brought one to share.

I thank Missy for the opportunity to teach at Hershey and I look forward to returning in the future.
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3 Responses to “Hershey Quilt Show”

  1. Judith says:

    I just love this folk art that you do. I am planning on having a go myself very shortly. Will send you some pictures of my efforts.

  2. WoolenSails says:

    Wonderful pieces, looks like it was a great class.


  3. Anna says:

    love the riot of colors. Sounds like a good time was had by all!

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