Monday, September 24, 2012

Quilt Exhibition Part 3.

Denise Lee made this small wall hanging  "Holy Cow," in a class at Symposium last year.
 Illusion by Rosemary Hancett.
 Melanie Martin made this very smart  overnight size bag.
 Ruth Wall made this bright small quilt from Australian fabrics.
 There are lovely colours in Nan Hawker's Disappearing  9 patch.
 Joan Waterson's lovely grey batik quilt actually called Twisted Ivy got nicknamed the bastard quilt, cause every time anyone mentioned that quilt to her she would say it was such a bastard to sew . ( we all know not to use that pattern! )
 This is the little display (of our charity work ) I put together out of the remaining quilts, wall hangings; soft toys; 30 clutch balls  ( in the hammock ) and  soft toys. We had to try and cover up some old toilet signs and awful markings on the wall.








6 comments:

Chookyblue...... said...

appreciate you sharing all the pics from the show.......wonderful work.......

Jennifer said...

What a lovely display - and I really like the bastard quilt!

Molly said...

Look at that collection of clutch balls! And here I am making a huge song and dance and procrastination fest out of wanting to make one!

Mags said...

What a great display of work!

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