This time there was a choice between modern and traditional versions. I chose the modern, the fabrics are pretty and light and go well in my kitchen (similar aqua/grey color). I loved the different versions completed by the different teachers, it gives a new perspective on what you can do with a simple pattern.
So here are some photos of the day - quality is not great as taken with my phone.
Here is Susan with her traditional version of the quilt - beautiful poinsettia prints with gold accents. The pattern was adapted from a Moda Bake Shop one - if you have never browsed the Moda Bake Shop, you really should - there are many great free patterns by some talented people.
This is what she did with the scraps - a table topper. Susan is VERY good at making use of scraps and doesn't waste anything.
This is not the best picture, I should have taken another photo later. This is the modern version, bright and fresh. I made mine using only the grey and aqua colorways from the kit. I wonder how it will look in the end !
Becky is a masterful applique artist, and this is her version. There is a gorgeous papercut applique in the center, the background is a red print. All the reds are raspberry reds. This one is a showstopper.
We all had a great day and signed up for next year - I hear that the pattern is already chosen and fabric choices are being discussed !