Saturday, August 20, 2011

Show and tell at CAG.

Of course, show and tell is much anticipated. Its a great productive group,
with the main focus being applique, but that does not stop us sharing
 any finished and sometimes unfinished quilts.

This first one is Di Hall's ( Ford) stunning new Antique Wedding Sampler - Revisited.
This quilt is available as a block of the month from Threadbear in Castlemaine,
along with many other stunning quilt patterns.

Dorothy brought along her finished Ann's legacy, A Tribute to Ann Daggs,
pattern  by Di Hall ( Ford) ,  also available from Threadbear

My apologies for not knowing the name of the owner of the design,
 but we were all fascinated by the outer border which was pieced.

This charming quilt is  so pretty. Not sure who made it, maybe  Chris Serong?
If you know, can you please let me know and l will made amends.

Another quilt, also by Chris Serong?
All hexagons and very beautiful.

Again, no known maker or pattern. But a very charming quilt.
Let me know if you know who's this is, thanks.

As you can see, lots to keep us inspired.
We certainly look forward to our next meeting in November
for some more wonderful quilts and inspiration.

Thanks for visiting.
linda.




12 comments:

  1. Outstanding! Must be so e healthy competition among the group to out do each other.

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  2. And I just saw Di's quilt in Corliss's newsletter and sent you an email about it. Isn't it GORGEOUS!

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  3. Gorgeous quilts....what a talented group! I don't think I could wait so long for the next meeting!!! lol

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  4. What gorgeous quilts and very inspiring!!

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  5. Wow, does your group know how to make some beautiful quilts!

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  6. wow - what a wonderful show and tell.
    Those ladies are amazing!

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  7. oh LInda Beautiful quilts. what a great group of women. I am impressed with the workmanship.
    great show and tell, thanks for sharing with us.
    Kathie

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  8. The lady holding up the last quilt is Jude Liebman.

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  9. Visited quilts in the barn expo Friday, Mother nature really turned it on for you and you for us. Thanks girls travelled from the mornington peninsula and wasn't disappointed. Great quilts, food and venue and all for a great cause. will see you next year. Happy quilting Janet

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