As it should be, every single one of them was different - all wonderful, all very much successful! It made me proud of each one of them, and made each one of them proud of their own skills. (and afterwards we took one of the students to a local quilt store and taught her about the addictive delights of fabric shopping!) She'll never be the same!
Here are some of the finished samples - a red and Mary Englebrite, a coffee-and-tea (now doing very nice duty as a K-Cup coffee rug!) and the lovely turquoise and black. Three very pretty successes! One had a binding method new to the stitcher, one is self-bound, and one is narrow bound. All three stitched in the ditch, and gorgeous!
I could not be more proud of our students!