Monday, September 22, 2014

Lizzy House's Meadow Quilt

What fun, what fun! I got to take Lizzy House's Meadow Quilt class on Friday. If you don't know who Lizzy House is, she is a fabric designer, among many other talented artistic talents. She also designed a very cool quilt she calls the Meadow.

Isn't this a gorgeous quilt!!!!  I had to learn how to make this quilt and the Rochester MQG was sponsoring the class. Yippee, Skippee!!!

 Lizzy is a wonderful teacher. She kept the class on track and explained so many details.
 She gave us the templates for this quilt with the express understanding that we will not share the pattern in any way. This was just for our use. Since she is not going to sell this quilt pattern, the only way to make a Meadow quilt is to take her class. So if you get the chance, you really need to do it.
 She was even kind enough to pose for pictures.

I got two blocks done in class, but have been working on it this weekend. It's kind of addicting.

Once the rest of the navy fabric around the outside of this is on, it will be the size for a double bed. Don't you love the Cotton and Steel "Mustangs".  Hopefully it will be done the next time my friend Kate comes to visit, she's a horse person. I think she will love to sleep under it.

Any how, today I'm linking up with Anything Goes Monday at Stitch by StitchMarelize mentioned that she's in a bit of a funk lately, so be sure to stop by her blog and give her some cheer. :)

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  1. I love this block and the many ways you can use this block in a design. With and without a circle in the middle. Your class wass a lot of fun. I will come back to see your quilt finished!
    Love from Amsterdam

  2. That is so very pretty, too bad the pattern is not for sale. I can't wait to see what your finished quilt looks like, the black is such an unexpected twist on it!

  3. How lucky you are to take her class and make that quilt! I love the colors you're working with.
    Julie @ The Crafty Quilter