Everyone was on form today! We missed Di who was away with the flu, and three of us had to leave early, so who knows what mischief the rest got up to after that! We had a delicious … Continue reading
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So it’s July. Seem to have missed posts from April, May and June…. how did that happen? In April Kate visited! we did a mock up of the challenge; Di brought along the box she started in Kate’s demo last year… … Continue reading
Of course, we are all mad. And all productive! I am amazed at how much some of the girls have achieved in the past month. Brenda was working at some reverse stitching on her Gloria Loughman workshop piece, and we … Continue reading
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Starting afresh after a pleasant summer break, our group met and made enthusiastic plans for the coming year. Top of the list was welcoming a new member, Ryl, into the fold. Ryl showed us some fabulous work she had completed … Continue reading
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This months colours were Orange and Purple.
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Sue Duffy took on a topic that was near and dear to her heart! The family bach (Kiwi holiday house!) Sue’s grandfather built the house and over the years it grew and changed and morphed, with the family and extended family’s requirements and whimseys, like the exotic swirls that cover most of the buildings, painted by Sues sister. It still stands today and is still in the family’s possession. Sue’s pieces were a recreation of the bach in 1:12 scale, a version of the same bach, unfolded in a smaller scale and 4 wonderful wall hangings that encapsulated the beach view from the bach’s front.
She goes into more detail on her blog http://ratherbequilting.wordpress.com/
Tagged Bach, beach, city art gallery, Environment, Holiday home, Kiwi, Sue Duffy, textile art, textile house, textile scenery, view