The Feb meeting

Once again we all assembled on this hot-ish day in sunny Sandgate for much sewing and planning and discussion of the year ahead –   our 2019 Challenge  – we settled on a theme and format…. instigated initially by Di, who along with Brenda seems to be one of our main ideas people! Then on to the pre planning of the next group exhibition, prior to Jan’s meeting with the powers that be in the Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Arts Department. She has subsequently had a fruitful meeting and we are looking at an October slot in 2020 for one of the Region’s Galleries. Which is fortuitous as it gives us time to get a decent body of work prepared. As requested I have sent through a few images of new work by several of our members. Now without further ado, here are a few pics of the work in progress/show and tell on the day!

Brenda was reinventing her “Windows on Moreton” piece, and Sue was binding her entry in the SotA exhibition, which prohibits publication of any images until after the jurying and judging…. so we will have to wait a little longer to see it.

Until next time, happy creating and stitching!

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About Sue Duffy Designs

A Textile Artist who works in all things stitched, appliqued, embellished and quilted. With a background in traditional quilting, I produce textile wall art, 3D works, and "Artyfacts". I am also known to still do the occasional traditional quilt.
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