Posted by: maureenc | February 3, 2007

It came in the mail

Friday’s mail delivered the “Class & convention” program for the upcoming “Australasian Quilt Convention” Feb 22-25 in Melbourne.
And there on page 16 along with three others was my “Dying Forest Wetlands of Murray River” Journal Quilt.
From memory,35 members of the Australia_New Zealand_ArtQuilters online group
each submitted five A4 sized quilts/quiltlets for exhibition ,not only in Melbourne,but also at the Gold Coast and Townsville in March and April.

The above pics were scanned from the program:
The top quilt is mine;
followed by Jan Cotton’s “Flanders Poppies”
Ros Ward “Great Divide”
Christine Goonrey “Dark Sacred Night” Posted by Picasa



  1. What a nice surprise!

  2. Congratulations!

  3. Comgratulations Maureen. Does this now mean your famous?….wicked grin. Your quilt looks fabulous in the photo.

  4. Hi Maureen:
    I got around to blogging those very cute photos of black bears investigating your friend’s new playground set and they’re here,

    Thanks so much, Joyce



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