Last weekend the Canberra Quilt and Craft show was on and it was fun to go on Friday and then again on Sunday. The craft show is small but there were still some nice stalls to visit. It was lovely to see Cutting Cloth from Melbourne, BeBe bold and also to see some lovely wool on sale too. The Canberra quilters had a lovely display of quilts from their members and also from all over Australia. Enjoy these pictures of some of the quilts.
Star Link but Pamela Brockwell.
Ormiston Gorge by Helen Godden is quite amazing. I gather she managed to sew by machine using quite thick wool.
This quilt was a round Robin quilt made by a group of clever quilters.
Iggy by Bronwyn Hill was quite intriguing.
I loved this quilt made with 30s fabric by Elaine White. It is called Thirties Square Dance.
Karin Malmberg has done a lovely job of this quilt.
This quilting on this one by Lynda Nikolovski is amazing.
This wonderful mixed media quilt won first prize and so it should have. Well done, Dorothy Clee.
Another one by Helen Godden.
This one caught my eye as well. It is called Kross Kut Kaffe and was created by a clever group from the Modern Quilting group.
Lovely to see this fun quilt by Linda Wilson. I know Linda's son loved this Simpsons' quilt.
There were also the Best of Australia quilts. This one is by Rachelle Denneny.
The next two are from the themed challenge quilts for the AQC. They were all very interesting. This is Hello Possums by Jeannie Henry.
And this one is Kangaroo and Wattle by Linden Lancaster.
I have been enjoying some knitting this past week! I bought some wool in Sydney to make myself a cardigan and have been enjoying the knitting very much. Does slow down the other projects on the go. I did manage to put another block of Scandinavian Rose together last week. Only one more to go!
I also managed to do three more blocks from United stitches slowly over the last month. I prepared some more and have only 3 or 4 to go!
Finally.....The Story of My Day quilt is finished. It is such a lovely design by Anni Downs and I so enjoyed making this quilt. It has been quilted so beautifully by Robyn of Plain and Fancy. She is so clever!
I can't believe that this quilt is finally finished. Lots of binding happened here last week! I am just amazed at the beautiful quilting by my very talented friend, Robyn, of Plain and Fancy. The quilting adds so much to the final presentation of the quilt. Thanks too to Natalie Bird for the lovely design and to Tilda for the great fabrics. The pattern was a BOM in the Homespun magazine in 2016.
Click on these pictures to see the quilting details.
It was very inspiring at class yesterday as there was so much wonderful show and tell. Roni has been so busy and has quilted her Splendid Sampler using the quilt as you go technique. It looks very good. I wish she would do mine!!!!
Roni has also finished her amazing boro bag.
Jayne has done a beautiful job on her boat for the Seaside town Button club.
Janelle is new to afternoon class and she shared this wonderful hexagon quilt in Tilda fabrics. It was too big to get a picture of all of it.
Lynne has been busy too and has made these lovely bookmarks and this beautiful pencil case.
I went to see my very clever quilter, Robyn, last week and picked up my 3 quilts. I am still working on the others but am very excited to share a "finish"! Anderson's farm is all quilted, bound and even has a label! Just check out the beautiful closeups of the quilting.