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Saturday, May 11, 2013

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I have attended lots of quilty things over the past month and will try to share lots of photos with you.  First up was Castlemaine Applique Group and Di Ford's Book Launch.

 Here's Di with Corliss from Threadbear.

This is the cover of the book, it is absolutely stunning and I can't stop looking at it.

The following are photos from CAG Show & Tell.  I have already forgotten who owns most of the quilts so apologies in advance.



This is Deb's gorgeous Phebe, all finished (I'm so jealous!)



I don't know who owns this quilt but it is a Di Ford pattern called "Poppies" - another one on my wish list to make.



This is "Ryland Manor", a design by Megan Carroll and made by me.


The following week, we attended the AQC.  

Here are the girls having lunch on the lawn in front of the fountain.

Once again, not sure who owns these quilts but they were all in the exhibition and are just some of the quilts that caught my eye.

 








These are my purchases from Luccello.  I was doing pretty good, not spending too much until I weakened at the end of the day and bought a kit.

There will be a bit of machine sewing to keep me busy for a while.


Hope you enjoyed the Show & Tell.

Sue-Anne xxx

14 comments:

Susan said...

So much inspiring show and tell, lovely quilts. Love your new kit, great for showcasing the FG fabrics.

Ann-Mari said...

Thank you for charing, lots of inspiration. I got Di Ford's book too, and I love it.

katrien said...

Lovely lady Di Ford,i have meet her last week in the Netherlands.I byed her book and there is one that i will make ,if i have finished some of my ufo's.
Great quilts.

Julia said...

Beautiful inspiring quilts, how amazing they must be in real life.
All Di's quilts would be on my to-do list...just need to live another 100 years!
Julia ♥

Shirley said...

Such talented people making fabulous quilts. I received my signed copy of Di's book yesterday and I am in deep trouble because I want to make them all. I will give you one guess to which one is my favourite.

Cardygirl said...

Great pics! Love them all, especially Phebe!

Lurline said...

Really enjoyable - just wish I could have shared it all!
Hugs - Lurline.

Deb said...

Those quilts are just so stunning. I've envious of all the beautiful work. I ordered the book by Di Ford and am anxiously awaiting it.

Heather said...

Thanks so much for all the pictures of those inspiring quilts. Just wonderful!

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Oh Sue-Anne these quilts are absolutely stunning....what a talented group of ladies you all are....I just love them all.....I will have to check out the book now!

I love how you were being good and bought a kit at the end of it all...this quilt will be beautiful!

Happy Sewing to you xo

Linda said...

Thankyou for sharing Sue-Anne, so much inspiring talent!! The quilts are absolutely Stunning.xx

Caroline in NH said...

Do you know the name of the pattern for the 3rd photo from the top - first one after "The following are photos from..." Circular center with points, lots of circular motifs. I'd love to know where to find the pattern for this, it's incredible! Thank you!

Annemieke said...

So many beautiful quilts in just one post! I like the one with the 4 sort of compasses.
Groetjes
Annemieke

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