Gatherings and AGM

Victorian Quilters Inc. meets quarterly and these gatherings are generously hosted by one of our member groups.

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Victorian Quilters Inc. Annual General Meeting was held in conjunction with the Winter Gathering on Saturday 11 August 2018

VQ Annual Report 2017-2018




Hosted by Deniliquilters & Friends Inc. in conjunction with Victorian Quilters Inc.

Date:     13th October 2018

Time:    10.00am to 4.00pm

BYO: Mug- Coffee, Tea & Morning/Afternoon Tea Provided.

BYO: Lunch or there are several Cafés in town: RSL Club, Devour, Cafe 285, Brontes, Josh’s Bakery, Crossing.

Venue:   Multi Arts Hall, Cressy Street, Deniliquin.

Entry:      $5.00 for Vic. Quilters and Visitors.

Guest Speakers: Linda Steele; Janice Behsmann –  Honey & Pollination

Shops:     Lyn’s Craft Nest, Cobram; Catharina’s Vintage Stitches, Kyabram

Challenge Block: (10.5 in ) – Very Cuddly Quilts – Children’s Design

Accommodation:      Coach House H/M 0358811011                   Deni Motel 0358 818540

Deniliquin Country Club 0358 815299      Settlement Inn 0358 813999

Centre Point M/ 0358 813544                     Riverview M/ 0358 812311

Cottages on Edward B&B 0358 815641

Further Enquiries:  President:  Di Stubbings 0407902518.

Linda Steele is a Quilter, Textile Artist and Accredited Judge, Appraiser and Teacher with Victorian Quilters living in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

“Fabric, colour, thread, embroidery and quilting have been my life since 1997 when I first discovered the joy of making a quilt. It was not long before I realised that I was more interested in making quilts as art for the wall rather than a bed cover. Crazy Quilting proved to be the perfect vehicle for me to commence my original design work. Using this technique I was able to freely combine my love of colour and fabric with embroidery. Much of my work is influenced by personal experience and I am frequently inspired by nature which seems to excite the creative process.  I generally begin with a basic plan and work on one section at a time, problem solving along the way. Over the years I have designed and made many Applique and Crazy Quilts. My interest in designing quilts with a narrative has provided a natural progression towards designing and making Art Quilts. I have been fortunate enough to win awards with my designs in Australia and the USA, including Best of Show in the Victorian Quilters Showcase in 2009 and 2010 and Best of Australia in the World Quilt Show in 2009. My work has been exhibited in Australia, USA, France and China. Four of my quilts have been included in the book 500 Traditional Quilts. My quilts in the book are Scottish Dance, Naturally Crazy, Crazy about Ballet and Holiday Waltz.”