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Hi Everyone.  First let me apologies for being a bit slack in posting.  The last few weeks have been frantic for me, with the Darling Harbo...

Quiltsmith Australia: And the Winner is !

Hi Everyone.  First let me apologies for being a bit slack in posting.  The last few weeks have been frantic for me, with the Darling Harbo...

First let me apologies for being a bit slack in posting. The last few weeks have been frantic for me, with the Darling Harbo.

Hi Everyone.  First let me apologies for being a bit slack in posting.  The last few weeks have been frantic for me, with the Darling Harbo...

Hi Everyone. First let me apologies for being a bit slack in posting. The last few weeks have been frantic for me, with the Darling Harbo...

Take a look at this happy quilt by fiber artist Joanell . I love how the bold fabrics add so much excitement to this quilt. The best fa...

Take a look at this happy quilt by fiber artist Joanell . I love how the bold fabrics add so much excitement to this quilt. The best fa.

Selvage Blog: Joanell's Quilt

Selvage Blog: Joanell's Quilt

Take a look at this happy quilt by fiber artist Joanell . I love how the bold fabrics add so much excitement to this quilt. The best fa...

Take a look at this happy quilt by fiber artist Joanell . I love how the bold fabrics add so much excitement to this quilt. The best fa.

Back home again after a wonderful weekend filled with quilts, fun and friends. The first photo is lunch at Kyneton on our way to Maldon whe...

Back home again after a wonderful weekend filled with quilts, fun and friends. The first photo is lunch at Kyneton on our way to Maldon whe.

The Rajah quilt, cotton, chintz applique, silk thread embroidery, made by unknown female convicts aboard the Rajah from Britain to Australia, 1841

The Rajah quilt This quilt is an important example of the work British women did on board the Rajah en-route to Hobart. Collection of the National Gallery of Australia. Gift of Les Hollings and the Australian Textiles Fund