Quilted Threads on Saturday. It's completely full - two rooms full - so I want to be VERY well prepared. Here is a bird I made as a class sample. Can you figure out what's so special about it?
Have you figured out what's different about them yet? Here's a clue.
I wanted to have BIG BIRDS to hang in the classrooms at Quilted Threads so the students could easily see the details when I pointed out how to make them. It will be much easier for the class to understand what I am talking about when I point to something on a BIG bird than if I was pointing to something tiny. I usually give each student a bird block I made to look at during the class, and have nearby so they know what they should be doing. It's hard when you look at the front, and I have found if they can turn it over and see how it's put together, it's easier to understand.
Happy Mother's Day!