EPQ 2019 Quilt Exhibition- where to find us 

Our exhibition will be held at Brush Farm House and Eastwood Corrective Services Academy, Eastwood. Both are located on the same grounds. 

Getting there 

*you can drive and park at the venue or in surrounding streets. Entry to the car park is from Lawson Street. 

*you can catch a train to Eastwood Station and then catch a 545 bus heading towards Parramatta. It’s a short ride, exit at the sixth stop opposite Eastwood Corrective Services Academy and enter by foot close by. 

Entry Points 

You can enter the exhibition from either the Lawson Street or Terry Road sides. 

Exhibition 

There are two buildings full of over 100 quilts of all types. Make sure that you visit both. Brush Farm House is the historic house nearest the Lawson Street entrance and Corrective Services is at the other end of the car park nearest the Terry Road entrance. 

What’s On

Besides the amazing array of over 100 member quilts, there is a fabulous craft stall of handmade member crafts and a cafe serving delicious baked treats, light lunches and drinks. These Re booth located at the Brush Farm building. 

At the Corrective Services building, there are even more quilts! And as well, we have some fantastic vendors to help you stock up on the essentials in life (ie. Fabric)

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Eastwood Patchwork Quilters 2019 Exhibition 

It’s almost time for our 2019 Biennial Exhibition. Mark the date in your diary! 

What’s on Tuesday?

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The Tuesday members are always busy having lots of fun with their varied stitching. Here’s a taste of what they have been up to of late.

PicCollage Tuesday (2)

In the picture above you can see Robyn’s stunning applique quilt, Janet’s one block wonder and Louise’s mola patchwork.

 

 

 

 

 

Jelly Roll Racing

Recently members enjoyed a Jelly Roll Race. Sewing machines at the ready, all were keen to be finished. jelly go

For almost an hour, barely a sound except the racing machine motors, was heard!

One by one, the competitors finished and laid the quilts on the floor of the hall.

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The results looked like a giant jewel coloured carpet and all were very happy with the result. Especially happy was Louise who finished in approx. 45 minutes; we hope that she didn’t eat all her prizes at the one time, a packet of jam (jelly) roll sponge cakes and a bag of jelly babies. jelly winner

The resulting quilts were much admired and we all remarked on the speed and variety of the quilts made. It was declared a great success by all and lots of fun was had!

jelly collage

If you want to have your own jelly roll race, or just find out how to make the quilt you just need one jelly roll, a few spare hours and the instructions which you can find on this great YouTube clip

Jelly Roll Race 2 is a bit different, it shows how to add the squares and jelly roll race 3 inserts triangles.

Beautiful Brush Farm House, Eastwood

What a fantastic location for our 2015 Biennial Exhibition by EPQ (Eastwood Patchwork Quilters) members. There will be in excess of 100 quilts on display, coffee shop and Devonshire Teas, craft stall, 4 local quilting shops and more. Why not come along and join us on Friday May 1st to Sunday May 3rd from 10am until 4.30pm.

brush farm house

Charity raffle quilt detail

 

The proceeds of this beautiful quilt, made by EPQ members, will benefit our two charities – Christian Community Aid and Cord Blood Research. Tickets are now on sale from EPQ members and will also be available at our 2015 Biennial Exhibition to be held from May 1-3 at Brush Farm house, Eastwood.2015 EPQ raffle quilt detail

Charity Raffle Quilts Completed

The proceeds of our charity raffle quilts will benefit Cord Blood Research (Inner Wheel Australia) and Christian Community Aid. Tickets are now on sale from any EPQ member and representatives of the charities. Enquiries can be made by the contact page on this website.

2015 EPQ Raffle quilt whole