The three day workshop gave me a chance to work with several different models...Day one was piecing and machine applique with Nancy Mahoney. She is a very good instructor.
She has a nice book on paper-piecing coming out. One of the samples is on the wall over my right shoulder! I've come to like workshops where the kit is supplied. It makes the instruction easier (everyone pick up the dark pink...) and it is much faster since I don't spend workshop time debating fabric choices. It allows me to focus on the technique. In general I am not a kit person so this is a big "turn-around" for me!
Also loved that I had a finished top by the end of the day. Not a lot of workshops that happens in! I'm going to quilt it up and give it to the little girl next door who is in her "pink" phase!
I'll post days 2 and 3 in my next blog posts.
I am trying to keep my garden under control this spring...the primrose has taken over a large part of the flower garden. Adding them to the list of the plants for lazy gardeners!
Health wise it has been a tough spring...MS is cyclical for me. I'm hoping to be on the up side right now but have to take it easy.