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Thursday, March 24, 2011
Lazy Angle Workshop 3/24/11
Teresa's finished sample.
Patty's completed center.
We were a small but mighty group on Thursday, 3/24. Pat Trusty, Omaha, and Patty Stephens, Macedonia, learned how to make two types of blocks using the Lazy Angle ruler by Joan Hawley. The cost of the workshop was $25 (which included the $22 ruler). The two blocks make up the Bloom table topper, measuring 36x36. The trick to using the Lazy Angle ruler is making sure you have it placed correctly before cutting. The store sample was made from the Charlevoix fabric line. Pat Trusty chose to use up some of her generous stash with a green & purple iris print for her anchor border. Patty Stephens chose fabric from the Sip & Savor line. As the evening came to a close, the snow started to fall -- crazy Iowa weather!
Patty Stepens took made these blocks from Teresa's throw-aways.