Monday, 14 October 2013

The Festival of Quilts 2013 - More of My Quilts and Other Stuff.........

The Pictorial Category

My quilt Ghost Mine did not get into the exhibition CQ@10 last year - but that meant that I had a ready made quilt for the Festival of Quilts this year. Great way to recycle, I think. Remember, if you don't get a quilt into one exhibition, you can always use it for another. It will join the very last CQ@10 exhibition:

 Level One Gallery, Rhondda Heritage Park, Trehafod, Nr Pontypridd, Wales - 16th Nov to 31st Dec

Ghost Mill

The Miniature Category

I also entered in the Miniature category, with one of my 2013 journal quilts. A category I was very proud to win in 2009 with Little Thin Blue Line. It is not strictly a miniature, but I still hope people will enjoy looking at it.

Beech Leaves - the black and white quilt with teal leaves

Robbie's quilt Portelet Wall [1025]

The Contemporary Quilt Group's stand:

Two more of my leaves quilts - lower right - Ash and Oak 

The Tombola

Contemporary Quilt Group was asked to run the Tombola in aid of the Quilter's Guild of the British Isles and we took in £8388 from nearly 3000 bookwraps in the four days the festival ran.
Sarah, who organised the stand with two volunteers - Robbie and Julie. Just before opening time

The Quilt Creations Category

Robbie with her kimono

The Loot - believe me, this is very restrained shopping............


Julie said...

Lovely to review Festival again Mai-Britt, especially through your eyes. I hope it's all right if I lift your photo of the tombola? We had fun that day didn't we?

Karoda said...

Love your loot and how the quilts are displayed!

Mai-Britt Axelsen said...

Oh, Julie please do... Spread the word, Contemporary Quilt is such a great group to belong to. It was great to meet you for more than a nano second!

Mai-Britt Axelsen said...

Karen, thank you......
If you are confused by my reply on Facebook, I used my Danish/ family platform rather that my English / quilter one. Reply the same, as is the person ;0)

The Pied Pedlar said...

No matter how good we think we will be there is always something we just have to have.
Love to see the quilts, thanks.

Mai-Britt Axelsen said...

Thank you, Tricia!

artisoo said...

great exhibition!