Monday 23 January 2012

Farmer's Wife Blocks 9 & 10. Where are they now?

This week my blocks went to play with a few friends.  First up, the blocks.

And now for their friends!

The friends belong to a great group of women from Sagebrush Quilters' Guild who invited me to teach a workshop on Wonky Houses (Quilter's Village.)

The room is a wonderful space for a workshop.  It is in the International Building at Thompson River's University.  Plugins at each work station and a great area at the back for displaying blocks.

The building, and the view of Kamloops from the parking lot.  Now, back to the workshop.

These women had a wonderful sense of adventure and came up with some wonderful blocks.  I can hardly wait for the show and tell in May of their completed tops.


  1. What a great place for a workshop. Looks like a productive day!

  2. what great projects...hope to see pictures in May xx

  3. I love your blocks, are you going in order? What a fun place for a class! It looks like enough room for some quilters :) can't wait to see the finished quilts.

  4. This was an amazing and fun day for me! Thanks so much for pushing me to do a curved house... I hope for many more of your workshops in years to come! Lucy Mardres

  5. This looks amazing. What a great building and a stunning view. How did you drag yourself away from that to get work done? The wonky houses look wonderful, so you must have done a great job with the teaching.

  6. Thanks again for a great workshop Linda. It was so much fun to see everyone's creative spirit as each finished house went up on the wall.