last Wednesday, lots of excitement and planning of purchases at the Brisbane Craft and Quilt show, offers to 'pick up a few extras' for those not able to make it and some very sage advice from one who has been bitten...more than once...check your crafting supplies before you go, just so you don't come home with yet another 'amazing gizmo that you know you just cannot live without' to join the very same gizmo sitting in your cupboard, obviously, still in it's packaging!
The Potters (or more formally, the clay artists and potters Group were also scooting through and around, busy busy, mountains of beautiful pieces were being set on plinths and displays tweeked - their annual exhibition 'The Sculptured Garden' starts this weekend. Dates are Saturday 8th until Sunday 16th October from 9a.m. to 4p.m. daily
The display coincides with the Buderim Garden Festival on 15th and 16th Oct, so if you are planning a visit to the Sunshine Coast don't miss out, make it soon and snaffle yourself an amazing piece of clay art, or perhaps even win this fantastic piece.
Loraine had a stunning wip to share, the pattern is by Jeanne Harrison from the facebook group 'Sit Down Free Motion Quilters', a group Loraine finds very helpful.
A couple of closer views of Loraine's work
Marlene shared her almost finished 'I Spy', created with her gifted pack of squares from the group. Marlene chose to go down the 'vibrant' path when planning her quilt, searching high and low to gather sashing and binding fabrics that would reflect all the colours featured in her border.
Fae had another finished charity quilt to share, cute and cuddly bears.
Courtney busily working on her version of our mystery quilt, lots of lovely blues and purples.
Congratulations to new patchwork group member Gahey on her win at the Nundah Art Show Gahey is also a member of the Cottage group MMM (Mixed and Multi Media) and entered one of her pieces "The Portrait" winning a lovely 1st prize and $500.
Clay artist Heather was happy to share her beautiful piece with us, looking forward to visiting the potters and their always great exhibition.