Ozark Tiles Workshop with Pat Yamin

Huntington Quilters gathered on March 9 at the Northport Library for a day long workshop with Pat Yamin. After seeing Pat’s wonderful presentation of quilts old and new at our March meeting, we were eager to master her Ozark Tile quilt. Pat provided us with the hints we needed to use her handy templates, and then all in attendance went to work cutting and sewing under Pat’s watchful eye. Some enjoyed piecing by machine, while others pieced their blocks by hand. There was concentration, laughter, and a bit of unsewing now and then, and by afternoon, some marvelous Ozark Tile motifs were on their way to completion. It will be fun to see the finished quilts at upcoming meetings’ Show and Tell time.

Pat Displays Her Antique Quilt

Pat Displays Her Antique Quilt

Quilters Paying Attention

Quilters Paying Attention

Another Vintage Quilt

Another Vintage Quilt

Pat Showing How to Cut

Pat Showing How to Cut

Using the Brooklyn Revolver

Using the Brooklyn Revolver

Quilters Love to Shop

Quilters Love to Shop

Detail of Vintage Quilt

Detail of Vintage Quilt

Hand Piecing Her Ozark Tile Quilt

Hand Piecing Her Ozark Tile Quilt

Machine Piecing Her Ozark Tile Quilt

Machine Piecing Her Ozark Tile Quilt

Choosing the Next Bunch of Colors

Choosing the Next Bunch of Colors

Hard at Work on Their Blocks

Hard at Work on Their Blocks

Pondering the Next Seam

Pondering the Next Seam

Quilters Taking Time for a Chat

Quilters Taking Time for a Chat

Love all those colors

Love all those colors

Detail of a vintage quilt

Detail of a vintage quilt

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