We had a lot of demos and mini classes and spur of the moments lessons.
Jo Ann's paper piecing class.
|Scott helping Barb get her treadle working|
|The girls kept Susie's hand crank busy.|
|The girls kept my extra treadle busy!|
|I taught an impromptu quilting class to the girls.|
|I taught how to use the ruffle foot and the girls wanted to try!|
|Rick and Suzie from AR with their chain stitch machines|
|Checking out the I Spy quilt, more quilt pictures on the next post.|
|Stephanie from the AR TOGA teaching free motion quilting|
|Susie Cruse teaching our new friends!|
|Thelma from Caroline's dry Goods Store in Mansfield, MO makes pioneer dresses.|
|The husbands who loved working on the machines!|
|Sewing Machine Mat tutorial by Cheryl Parker from http://cherylsteapots2quilting.blogspot.com/|
|My friends who helped me with the welcome table and ended up there most of the day!|
|pin cushion and thread catcher tutorial|
We had a pre-TOGA field trip to Sweet Nellie's in Mansfield, MO and the Laura Ingall's Wilder museum. I need to start planning next year's field trip!
|Susie's cute watermelon purse that was made out of a gourd!|
We finished the day with a raffle/auction!
Here is the link for the FB link:
Missy who has been neglecting her blog and sewing but has her mojo back!