|Photo by Kaye Sauer www.apatchyquilting.com.au|
On Saturday the "Reverse Quilter" (hubby who does all my unpicking) drove me to Esk, a small country town 2 hours drive from Nanango for the annual Quilt Show. We stopped at the Rectory Cafe for a yummy meal of lasange and salad, followed by a walk around the markets and then the main event. There were some truly inspiring quilts to gaze at, two vintage quilts, one a double wedding ring made from a variety of fabrics and the other diamonds on point made in 1963. There were several Oriental style quilts, beautiful turned applique quilts, modern quilts and hand quilted quilts. By the time we came home my mind was brimming with ideas. Sadly I did not win the raffle quilt.
|I think these owls would look good on my wall|
Of course I forgot my camera!!!! Kay Suaer kindly let me use some photos from her blog. It was nice to meet Kaye from www.apatchyquilting.com.au When a friend needed some more fabric to finish one of her quilts last year we googled the name of the fabric and Kaye's website came up. My friend contacted Kaye and received he fabric by mail within a coupe of days.
www.apatchyquilting.com.au has a large range of fabrics including Kaffe Fassett and Debbie Mumm Classic Collection
Kaye had a stall at the show and I managed to get 4 fat 1/4's of Batiks, I have a brown and a blue in my cupboard and the question is what to do with them?