What a wonderful Inaugural Exhibition of CAG! All the quilts were stunning and the ladies and gents that organised it all, set it up and helped out over the weekend should be very proud of themselves. Get comfortable friends, there are a lot of beautiful photos to follow.
Ann Daggs by Sue Jones
Deb's Not Quite Telling The Truth by Deb King
Aunty Jean's Floral Garden by Rhonda Coates
Hand Painted Tiles de Morgan Persia by Jude Liebmann
Homage to Mary Brown by Merri Garten (Even though this photo is blurred, I still had to share, the work in this quilt is unbelievable)
The Burnt Quilt by Sue Jones
Swan Lake by Sue-Anne Jones (me)
Rotherfield Greys by Di Ford Hall
A Bride Quilt for Jane Burden by Jude Liebmann
Queen Daisy by Kerry Roe
Ode to Annie by Bev Bannard
The Caswell Quilt by Lyn Wright
Poppies by Jo-anne Star
Emergence by Margaret McDonald
Gypsy Jazzed by Jan Frazer
Redoute by Rose Piper
Cheltenham by Sonia Higgs
19th Century Folk Art Baskets by Joy Earle-Quick
Baltimore by Barb Walker
Green Vintage by Judy Gipps
Antique Wedding Sampler Revisited by Moreen Dainty
Antique Sampler by Wendy Gleeson
Sarah Morrell Quilt by Carolyn Mellor
19th Century Medallion Frame Quilt by Maureen Farrell
Civil War II by Jan Manglesdorf
Mrs Miller's Journey by Meghan Leslie
Flourishes by Glenys Clifford
Home Sweet Home by Barbara Walker
Of course we were very warmly greeted at the door by these two gorgeous ladies.
And no trip to Castlemaine is complete without a visit to Threadbear.
There were many more beautiful quilts on display but unfortunately my anti shake setting doesn't seem to be working on my camera and the rest of the photos were blurred. I have listed the name of each quilt and the maker. Hope you enjoyed the Show & Tell.