Monday, May 31, 2010

Show and Tell from Applique Society Meeting.

This Quilt was designed and made by Chris Serong, using the fabrics from the Indigo, Pewter and Honey range by Judy Rothermel. l love the movement the circles gives this quilt.

This is an antique quilt owned by Catherine Parsons. l love the bright sunny color.

The next 4 quilts were made by a mother- daughter team, Simone Meara and Joy Earle-Quick. Not sure who made which ones though. l believe most of the patterns are from Patchwork on Stoneleigh.

This Quilt was made by Jennifer Murray. Its her first ever quilt that she made. l think she did a good job.

Alison Gardner didn't have a quilt, but she did have some antique chinese textiles to show us. These in real life were exquisite, the detail and stitching so fine.

Dorothy Ramage had her Phebe Quilt to share, just beautiful. Pattern available from Threadbear Quilt shop.

This next quilt is a Michelle Yeo design, made by Margaret Mew. Again lovely.

This stunning quilt, Banyan Tree Medallion, designed by Margaret Mew, and made by the Goldfield Quilters Guild is this years raffle quilt. Their quilt show will be held on the 23rd and 24th October 2010. Margaret will have the pattern available for this quilt in time for their show. She can be contacted at if you are interested in buying the pattern or raffle tickets

Well, that's all for today.
Thanks for visiting


  1. What a fabulous "quilt show." Thanks so much for sharing them.

  2. Lovely quilts Linda, thanks for sharing.

  3. what a talented group of ladies, thanks for the sharing the pictures with us....oh I just love that phebe quilt. Beautiful job Dorothy did.
    actually there are a few quilts I LOVE there, the mother daughter team
    the first 2 WOW

  4. So many gorgeous quilts!!! Also I love the photos of Castlemaine. I grew up in Ballarat so its my old neighbourhood. Beautiful Autumn colours. Thanks for sharing your photos.

  5. What an amazing post, those quilts are all gorgeous. You have very talented quilters in your group. Thanks for sharing.

  6. My knees are weak and I'm sitting down!!! oh my.
    I can't believe what beautiful workmanship! These ladies are incredible! What an honor to have the opportunity to see these in person. These are museum specimens...
    Thank you for sharing. I have to go back and look again now. XO


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