Saturday, January 12, 2019

Big Day out Part 1.

Yesterday I went with Margaret a fellow Geelong Guild member  to Warrnambool to the
We went to Warrnambool from Geelong by train, got a taxi to the venue and then had a wander
Just had to sneak in the sunrise 

aren't the colours beautiful 

here we go for a wander

Life's sayings, hard to see sadly, but I grew up being told a lot of these

Have the pattern for this 

Little bays and tempting views

Isn't the centre beautiful.

this label belongs to the photo above, quilt on the right

Flying pineapples!!

Foundation pieced..stunning!

Still awake and with me???
Will share some more tomorrow, is a fantastic exhibition and well worth visiting.
Happy stitching.


Julie said...

WoW Sue!How stunning & inspiring. Your photos are great! I'll bet your head was spinning after viewing all that eye candy.

Elyte said...

Looks like a good show with a great variety of quilts. A very long day for you. I haven't seen a sunrise in years!!

Ondrea said...

There really are a lot of lovely quilts out there. So much variation and diversity. I love the birdy ones and the foundation pieced tiger face. A lovely way to spend the day.

Pamela said...

Wonderful! I really like the peacock.

Lin said...

What a beautiful sunrise! Great collection of quilts, I particularly like the peacock and the flying pineapples. xx

Sheila said...

Beautiful, colorful, fun quilts! Thank you for sharing pictures.
Thank you for visiting my blog. The totes were well received. I give all my doll quilts away. Most go to children at Ebenezer. I understand that the little ones love them and the Center is most grateful.

Moose-ings said...

Wow, great quilts! And a lovely sunrise.

marina said...

what beautiful quilts! some great inspiration there.

Fiona said...

oh wow. those are just lovely and ones I haven't seen before... I want to do all of them... do you????? haha... so much inspiration at quilt shows...

Michelle Ridgway said...

Stunning sunrise! I have read your posts backwards lol! But my goodness what an amazing and inspiring exhibition xx