Sunday, September 20, 2009

Exciting News!

Well I'm back. I think the new blog will definitely be ready to go shortly. Too much for me to put in my humble little blog.

So the first piece of exciting news is that Di is rereleasing a beautiful pattern called "Homage to Sallie Ann"

It really is the most beautiful quilt. The version above was made by Merri. The patterns are available from Threadbear.

But even more exciting (well for me and hopefully for some of you) is that while I was writing the last post, Di called me to tell me that our group had been invited to be the next exhibitors at "Quilts in the Barn". Well I think we each squealed down the phone when Di rang us - she probably is a little bit deaf tonight.

How am I going to turn my UFO's into exhibit pieces? A few late nights ahead I think.

The exhibition is planned for October 2010 so we have some time. excited. I have never shown my work before. Won't that be fun?

Have a great week.


Nat Palaskas said...

Congratulations on your first exhibition. How exciting! Please keep us posted? My papers group is having an exhibition at the end of October 09 at Monash Gallery of Art, Wheelers Hill. Hugs Natima

Miriam said...

I hope you get the group blog going soon. I can't wait to see what all you talented ladies are making!

Yay!!! I have been wanting to make "Homage to Sally Anne" since I first saw it!!

Congratulations on being chosen for Quilts in the Barn.

wishes, true and kind said...

Very exciting news! Congratulations! I see a busy year ahead for you :).

antique quilter said...

I am beyond thrilled that Di Ford is going to be publishing all those patterns that I missed over the years.
This quilt is beyond amazing, I can't wait to make my own!
Such exciting news, can't wait to see what your all up to..... and would love to see the exhibit. I can only imagine the quilts that will be displayed, incredible comes to mind and all for a great cause.


Cardygirl said...

What exciting & well deserved news. talk about a good motivator for those WIP's!

Janet said...

That's very exciting news Deb, I've long admired the Homage to Sally Anne quilt. Great news for us lovers of the antique and appliqued quilts. Congratulations on the exhibiton, now if I can get there I will.

Liz said...

How exciting Deb!! I couldn't get there this weekend but next year is a definite now. I might have to look for that pattern next time I go to Castlemaine, I don't think I've got enough to do at the moment!!

Merri said...

Hello Deb

What a wonderful read this is!
Cheers Merri

Kim said...

The exhibit sounds exciting and will be enough to motivate you to finish up those works in progress in time. Very nice! This new quilt design is very pretty.

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