I love seeing the different fabrics students use in their tuffets. This time we had a group at Quintessential Quilts in Madison. What a fun group of ladies! I love the camaraderie that develops in tuffet classes. People work together and give opinions and share in their wonderful creations.
You know, I'm really running out of names for these tuffet posts! But I still want to share all of them with you. I may have to get creative.
Anyway, we had three more tuffets created at Quilt-agious in Mukwonago, Wisconsin. Judy, Pat and Michelle made lovely tuffets! By they way, if you haven't ever been to Quilt-agious, you should go, especially if you love modern fabric. If your GPS lands you in a parking lot you're not expecting, check across the street. You don't want to miss this shop!
You may or may not know this, but in my spare time, I make skating costumes for synchronized skating teams (as well as for individuals). This is my very busy time of year. I'm making 35 costumes this season and they're due in the next couple of weeks. So I've been working on those nearly every waking hour. Because I tend to make them in assembly line fashion, there's not too much to show... yet. I'll have lots of photos of those in, oh about two weeks.
In the meantime I've been very lax about posting about tuffet classes. It's time to remedy that! I'll publish a new post every few days to catch up.
I added a new shop to my tuffet route -- Patches and Petals in Belleville, Wisconsin. I've taught there before, but tuffets are a new addition.
What variety in their tuffets! Let's take a closer look...
So pretty! Patches and Petals is in a really old building with lots of character. Here are the class tuffets lined up on their stairs. Lovely!