A talk from Nick
A Visit to Dalby Patchwork and Applique Group
The Library bags are 32 x 39cm, with either a drawstring or handles. If you would like to make some, please bring them to Qld Quilters November meeting and they will be collected and delivered to Royal Brisbane Womens’ Hospital.
Judy Hodgkinson will collect them at the November meeting. Thank you!
SOTA 2020 Opening at aqc
SOTA 2022 Opening at the Gympie Gallery
Member Interviews with roving reporter
Jan is a textile artist who lives at Sandgate, is a member of Qld Quilters, belongs to Reddy Arts textile group and loves her art. Her husband, Owen, is a print maker and they own Bayside Gallery on 2nd Avenue, Sandgate.
Challenge 2021 on display at Bribie Island Arts Center
Lyn has only been quilting for 6 years and has accomplished such a lot in that time. Her love is applique and she has some wonderful quilts to share with us.
This month, Margaret showed us some of her quilts and her sewing room. Another very talented Qld Quilter who loves her craft.
This month, Di Hendriks opens her house and allows us a peek into her sewing room. She loves making bags and most of the quilts she makes are given to loved ones. She reckons she’s made over 50 baby quilts.
Project Linus volunteers are always busy cutting, sewing, sorting fabric, chatting and enjoying time with each other. The knowledge that the quilts they make are wanted, needed and appreciated by so many is thanks enough. Contact can be made with Project Linus through Qld Quilters’ Vice-President – [email protected]
This interview is with Jan McPike – an eclectic quilter and member of Queensland Quilters. She is prolific and loves all that quilting has to offer. Apologies for the cut-off at the end of the interview – Chris Jones is still learning this stuff.
Interview with Jo Dunglisson, a Brisbane artist and member of Queensland Quilters. She explains some of the methods used in her quilts and we get to see her studio and lots of her work. This is the first ‘interview’ done by Chris Jones – please forgive the amateur aspect – it’s a learning curve.