Tuesday, March 18, 2014

When words are not enough

use an acronym or two.


What a wonderful exhibition over the weekend in Castlmaine.  Congratulations to all the wonderful quilters and in particular to the Threadbear gals for putting on such a fabulous show.

You have probably seen lots of photos from CAG already but here are some of my favourites.

Of course I am going to start with the work of my sisters!

This Art Deco beauty was conceived, designed and hand worked (including hand quilted) by our Sue as a wedding present for a family member! Now that's familial love.

From Merri, a gorgeous version of Mary Brown.

From Ann, an original design, magnificent clamshells.

And from Meghan, the spectacular Mrs Miller's Journey.

Do I feel inadequate? You bet! 

There was a really lovely version of Stars and Sprigs.

I just adored this blue and white quilt.

And a lovely version of The Burnt Quilt.

Phew........and there will be more next time.

Until then,

Peace and Happiness,



Margaret said...

So beautiful! I do believe you Australian quilters have taken quilting to another level.

Nyla said...

These are so beautiful Deb, thanks so much for sharing. I'm looking forward to the next installment!

audrey said...

All the pictures I've seen of this show are just incredible. Talk about feeling inadequate--these gals are MASTERS compared to my silly work! Thanks so much for sharing.:)

Heather said...

So many lovely quilts. Thanks for allowing us to come to the sow via the great blog posts!

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