The blocks consisted of nine 1.5" squares of two alternating fabrics. It was my first time using small pieces, and I found the tedious-ness therapeutic.
These are the 3 blocks I finished. We were encouraged to chain piece the blocks to make it go faster, which I knew how to do, so I helped a couple of my neighbors out. With helping, cookies and cocoa trips, and chatting, I'm surprised I got even this much done.
My sister is expecting a boy in May, so I went home and worked up a couple of ideas for a baby quilt. These are a gray Ikea sheet and French General's La Petite École dots and stripes.
After the class, I had time to kill so strolled around and checked out the sewing book section. I found at least 100 sewing books! I know I shouldn't compare, but our old town had twice the population as this one, and it only had about 15 sewing books. Just another thing to add to my list of things I like about this town.