The pattern for my baby quilt made from 30's style fabrics is in issue 144 of Down Under Quilts - due out very soon.
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Other projects in this issue include a bright quilt by Cinzia White, a Japanese-inspired quilt by Nerida Richmond Benson, a bright and funky quilt by Robyn Gosby and the cover quilt designed by Vicki Hines.
The next issue is also jam-packed with prize-winning quilts from six exhibitions around the world and Australia.
Wednesday, 20 October 2010
I arrived back from my Qld. holiday yesterday and after reading dozens of e.mails and phone messages and a pile of snail mail, I turned my attention to finding out who had won the Quilters' Guild of NSW annual challenge, as I wasn't able to make it to the AGM. I had an entry in and so had a couple of my students.
I haven't heard anything official yet, but the guild's blog tells me I took first prize! Great! Wow! How good is that?
Do you know that flat feeling of arriving home from holiday after having a great time, reality hits hard and you know that you really should do something useful, but can't get motivated. This was the lift I needed while I decided whether or not to unpack my suitcase and tackle the mountain of washing.
I'm looking forward to seeing the other quilts in the challenge and congratulations Josh for your judges commendation with "Shake your Tail Feathers", you are off to a flying start.
Posted by Textiles across the Tasman at 21:57