Show and Tell, AGM & Applique-In

The Show and Tell at our recent Applique-In was varied and impressive, many thanks to all who brought along quilts for us all to enjoy.

Again many thanks to Robyn Roberts who took all these photo's for us 🙂

image of Sand and Arabesque by Julie Adamson
Sand and Arabesque by Julie Adamson.
image of Aunty Green
Aunty Green by Dorothy Ramage.
image of Message in a Bottle
Message in a Bottle by Irene Blanck.
image of Celtic Fhluraichean
Celtic Fhluraichean by Robyn Roberts.
image of Clamshells by Irene Blanck
Clamshells by Irene Blanck.
image of Pretty Maids in a Row
Pretty Maids in a Row by Shari Blanck.
image of  'Jelly Roll Race
Jelly Roll Race by Margaret Mew.
image of 'A Touch of Raspberry
A Touch of Raspberry by Fiona Lindsay.

Fiona's quilt (above) has been recenty featured in Elly Sienkiewicz's newest book

 ‘Spoken Without a Word:30th Anniversary Revised Edition-A Baltimore Album Revival Commemorative’.

Congratulations Fiona, we are very proud of you.

image of Precious Paisley by Julie Adamson
Precious Paisley by Julie Adamson.

Above is Julie Adamson's quilt Precious Paisley which is one of our Applique Academy classes, along with

Irene Blanck's Botanika.

image of Botanika by Irene Blanck
Botanika by Irene Blanck.

And I had my Applique Academy quilt (albeit in progress) Miss Hitchens' Whimsy

image of Miss Hitchens' whimsy
Miss Hitchens' Whimsy (in progress) by Margaret Mew.

And Chris Serong had her Academy quilt 'Alice Bray' for her talk but we'll show it again here as it's divine.

Image of Alice Bray
Alice Bray by Chris Serong.

I hope you've enjoyed the Show and tell, as always it was wonderful.

Many thanks to you all for making the day a great success and again a special thank you to Robyn for the photography and documenting all the pics.

We have booked our next Applique-In

Saturday 23rd May at Mount Eliza on the Mornington Peninsula.

Mount Eliza Community Hall, 90-100 Canadian Bay Rd, Mount Eliza.

Irene Blanck of Focus on Quilts is our guest speaker, Irene will be fresh back from her Quiltmania book launch in France

and we look foward to hearing her story.

Shops to be confirmed but stay tuned here and our calendar for all the details as they come to hand.

See you soon 🙂

One comment

  1. Dorothy’s “Auntie Green” is so beautiful, better seen up close. Looks great on this front page. Ros

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