Monthly Archives: March 2018

One mans trash is another quilting woman’s treasure

Toni L found this quilt unfinished in a op shop. She added some of her own fabrics from her stash to the quilt in order that it get finished: in the end she made it double sided. Carol Brady did … Continue reading

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Rajah goes modern

Kerry Moore from the Rajah quilt group, tells me that there are many interpretations of the Rajah quilt and many of the ladies are going very modern with their quilt designs. I think they all look wonderful, and certainly provides … Continue reading

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Double Dose

I have been receiving lots of photos and information from the lovely WAQA members in Perth so without further ado, it is time for another blog post. I apologise in advance for not always having the names of people who … Continue reading

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Challenge quilts visit Kalgoorlie

In February, the WAQA Challenge quilts Inspired by a Quotation and the Contemporary Quilt Group (CQG) Self-Portrait quilts were displayed in Kalgoorlie at the primary school. In addition, the CQG challenge was displayed at the William Grunt Memorial Library. Margie … Continue reading

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What is a Rajah quilt?

Do you sometimes hear the names of quilts or quilt blocks and wonder how they got their name?  Kerry Moore who attends the Rajah quilt group, kindly sent me some photos and provided me with some information, about the Rajah … Continue reading

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Meet a quilter – Sue Mobilia

If you think this quilter’s name rings a bell, you are right!  Sue was our second place winner for the 2017 challenge quilt with her small quilt, “Don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched. ( pictured below). Via the wonderful … Continue reading

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