I made a quilt as well so I could demonstrate all the steps as we went along.
They learned about pieced backs because I didn't have enough fabric. LOL
This is Lorraine's lap quilt. She, too, finished everything except hand stitching the binding. It's hard to tell from the photo, but two of the prints have purple in them, so we went bold with a purple binding.
Heather also made a lap quilt. She did some extra homework, so she finished the binding during our last class. The colours don't come through as rich as they truly are. That's a beautiful orange print.
And Darlene just kept adding pluses until she ran out of fabric and then added a border. It ended up being a double quilt. Pretty impressive for her first quilt. She only needs to hand stitch the binding.
And finally Kat, with a lap quilt. Kat works at the LQS and had to work during our third class. So she's not quite finished...just a bit more quilting and then the binding.
Kat used her leftover squares to piece the back. It's a reversible quilt.
I enjoyed sharing my love of quilting. We had good discussions and just had a great time. I've been asked to teach two more classes in the winter session starting in January. So I need to put together two classes and create supply lists before the middle of November. Panic...but I'm excited!
Linking up with:
Can I Get a Whoop Whoop? @ Confessions of a Fabric Addict
Needle and Thread Thursday @ My Quilt Infatuation