For Sale Quilts

A number of quilts were displayed as 'For Sale'. Some sold, some did not. If any of the quilts featured in the 2019 Exhibition photos tugs at your heartstrings, contact our group at the fatquarter news e-mail address at the top of the blog and we will get back to you, you can also contact us through the Buderim Craft Cottage, contact details are on the site or you can leave a message in the blog comments.

Friday, June 18, 2010

The Quilters Store - Brissy

The Quilters Store in Brisbane is having an internet sale, ends of bolts ranging from min half meter to maximum 2 meters.
Idea is you buy what is on the bolt, fabrics are from all over their shop and the discount is 35%.

Sale starts on Saturday June 19th. at 6.ooa.m. AEST on their website, and will run until Monday June 21st. There will be a new button appear at 6.00a.m. on their site.  go to http://www.tqes.com.au/

The e-mail with all the info is rather long, so if you need more info give me a tingle, my number is in our phone list, or phone the very nice and ever so helpful Karen from the Quilters' and Embroideres' store on (07) 3875 1700.

The fabric can be collected from the store in Salisbury, Brisbane if you want to save postage. Just let them know in the comments section.

Show and Tell from the Thursday Night Group

There has been much talk about Fiona's Hexagons and in the mailbox this a.m. courtesy of Lorraine, lucky us get to see a piccie, .
"At the Thursday night Patchwork Group meeting this week, we had three new quilts to enjoy.

Fiona brought along her completed hexagon quilt top which  looked wonderful with its appliqued darker border really setting off the gorgeous flowers.  All that hand stitching and not a stitch in sight!

Jane brought her adorable dresden plate quilt top made with fabulous pastel fabrics.
She has done a tremendous job of all the hand stitched paper pieced dresden plates, with an interesting mix of fabrics.

Lorraine has finished her "shirt" quilt which she has made for a family member undergoing chemo treatment at present.  This quilt has been made from seven old cotton shirts and it has a lovely "worn in comfy" feel to it.  The quilt is for a 40yr. old male, and it seems to appeal to all the men who have seen it so far.  They like it because "it does not seem like a blanket"
Thank you Lorraine for sharing your pics and the doings of the Thursday night girls, all lovely quilts, the pic of your shirt quilt just oozes 'comfort'.  The very best of luck to the recipient, hope he recovers soon.
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