Toowoomba quilters put on a great exhibition, and these are some of their community quilts.
You can see more photos of the exhibition on their Blog
|I love poppies. My grandfather use to grow them. Fond memories|
Carnival time. I did escape from the quit show and visit some of the wonderful gardens.
One of the highlights of my visit was meeting the lovely and talented Robyn Ginn. I have long admired her work, but never had the chance to talk with her. Robyn is a member of the Toowoomba quilters, and was at the exo nearly every day. She also had a private exhibition at a heritage building on the edge of town.
her website and you will see many more. I came home all inspired to get cracking on a new project. I just have to finish the quilting on one for the Adelaide Quilt show by the end of October.
Next time I go to Toowoomba it will probably be to teach! I was approached by a couple of local shops owners, and guilds about teaching. So, once I catch up at home, will start talking to these people about the future arrangements. Very exciting!