Wednesday, 27 July 2016
Tuesday, 26 July 2016
Monday, 25 July 2016
Alan R Tremain presents an exhibition of quilts featuring newly created works inspired by the Imperial Courts of Java and Japan during the 18th C when Java and Japan were trade partners and exchanged many recorded textile influences - a journey of discovery. Alan R Tremain has created an exhibition of quilts not to be missed using reproduction Japanese prints, antique kimono fabrics as well as traditional and modern Javanese & Indonesian designed textiles collected in his many travels and research projects to these textile rich countries.
Wednesday 3 August to Sunday 14th August 2016
Art Studios Gallery, 391 Mann St, North Gosford
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Tuesday, 12 July 2016
Fri. 15 July 10 - 4pm
Sat. 16 July 10 - 4pm
Sun. 17 July 10 - 3pm
The Port Macquarie Panthers Club
1 Bay St, Port Macquarie
One of the Mid North Coast’s biggest quilting shows will get underway in July with proceeds going to the Neo-Natal Unit at Port Macquarie Base Hospital.
The three-day show is regarded as one of the premier craft events on the Mid North Coast and features hundreds of handmade quilts, quilting displays, fibre art, wall hangings and much more.
This years raffle quilt (pictured above) is titled 'Farmers Wife' and is the major fundraiser for the Neo- Natal Unit.
Classes at this year’s show include Indigo Niche, a beautiful artform of Sashiko stitching and Japanese fabrics, Everything Country and Christmas Decoration.
For further information about the Quilt Show, or to support the Timeless Quilters’ raffle, phone 0402 437 604.
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Monday, 11 July 2016
The 3rd talk of the year for the Quilt Study Group of NSW will be given by Megan Martin, Head of Collections and Access, at the Sydney Living Museums on Macquarie Street, Sydney CBD.
Starting at 10am on Thursday the 21st of July Megan will talk to us about the identification of the textiles they found between 1979 and 1981 in the under floor deposits at the Hyde Park Barracks. The talk, “What colour was that girl’s dress? The archaeological evidence of fabrics from Hyde Park Barracks”, will be followed by a tour of their new exhibit ‘Female Immigration Depot 1848-1886’ at the Barracks.
Numbers for the tour are strictly limited to 15 Guild members, but if there is more demand, we can request another tour date. Please contact the Quilters' Guild of NSW Office to secure your place for the talk and tour. Please note: access to two of the floors at the Barracks building is by staircase only.