Our La Passacaglia workshops at Trailer Stash Fabrics are SO PRETTY. Here are some pictures from the last two workshops. I know you will be as inspired as I am. Keep stitching my friends!!Sue’s very first rosette. That’s an awesome Tula Pink True Colors fussy cut center folks.Fowler’s first stars. We decided the star ring looked like a bridal wreath. 🙂This fabulousness belongs to Becky.
Closeups. This was her first rosette.Another one.
Loved this center.On the foam core board just waiting to be stitched.Michele’s beginnings. Navy stars. She has a rainbow plan. Stay tuned.She also had these bad boys. These are comic book boards. They are 100% archival safe and she winds her fabrics on them.She wanted to work with blue so she brought her blue boards. Of course I have to try this so I came home and ordered a set…
Katie’s progress board. She has lots of stuff prepped. She will have a new baby shortly and then she can stitch. 🙂A close-up of her board.Karen T’s rosettes. They glow.
Making fabric choices. Look at that star.Partial rosettes.Love what she is doing with the outer pentagons.
Another arrangement. Excited for you Karen!All of Jackie’s rosettes so far. She is planning on using 3-4 gray fabrics to EPP her stars.
One of Jackie’s rosettes. See how the inner ring is 1/2 and 1/2? Love it.Gina B’s rosettes. Why did I not take more pictures of these??? She used solids in some of her rosettes. It’s so peaceful and we absolutely loved it. I call it the sherbert La Pass.
Beverly S’s rosettes. Yummy. She has a wonderful selection of Kaffe.
OK, so here’s the tip of the day my friends. You know how frustrating it is when you can’t find your acrylic templates because they are CLEAR??? Beverly taped 1/4″ quilter’s tape around the edges. You can still see the fabric but you can also see your template when it is trying to hide from you!! Brilliant! Thanks Beverly!
Here’s a picture of my top left quadrant. I’m trying to keep up with my students…
Let me know if you have questions about any of this! Thanks for being a part of it!