Our charity raffle quilts 

This year we are supporting Allowah Children’s Hospital in Dundas with the raffle of two stunning quilts made by members. The winner gets first choice of the two, second place is the remaining quilt. Tickets are available at the show or from EPQ members 


New Members Welcome at Eastwood Patchwork Quilters

During Our Quilt Exhibition at Brush Farm, Saturday and Sunday May 1-3, prospective new members are welcome to take advantage of our special offer to join at the Exhibition. Eastwood Patchwork Quilters are offering the chance to join for $100 and have 14 months membership for the price of 12 months. We welcome new members and there are three different time slots to join. Our members are friendly and welcoming to quilters of all skill levels.

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Mountains of handmade craft at our Exhibition

The quilts are hung, the craft is in . . . time to get into some serious textile fun.

Eastwood Patchwork Quilting members are thrilled to have our Biennial Exhibition opening tomorrow morning and into this weekend, closing Sunday 4pm.

craft stall

All Dressed Up – Ready for a Show

We are all ready to go – Brush Farm House and The Corrective Services Academy are ready for opening for Eastwood Patchwork Quilters Exhibition. It opens tomorrow morning 10am and continues over the weekend with 115 stunning quilts, café and Devonshire Teas, members craft, fabric and quilting shops and more!

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EPQ 2015 Exhibition

Its on again! Keep May 1 to May 3 2015 Free so that you can make a beeline to the Eastwood Patchwork Quilters Biennial Exhibition. Open 10am till 4.30pm daily. Here are a few pictures from our 2013 Exhibition to whet your appetite.

One of the quits raffled to raise funds for Special Olympics

One of the quits raffled to raise funds for Special Olympics

Louise Smith and her Best of Show quilt - Bonaparte and Bohemia

Louise Smith and her Best of Show quilt – Bonaparte and Bohemia

 

The cafe was busy all day supplying Devonshire teas and home baked goodies

The cafe was busy all day supplying Devonshire teas and home baked goodies

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.

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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

A Taste of Patchwork

For the first time this year, Eastwood patchwork Quilters will be holding a series of workshops titled A Taste of Patchwork.

The workshops will be held daily, at 2pm, at our exhibition and all are welcome to join. Of course, numbers are limited so if you are interested, speak to one of the EPQ members upon arrival.

There is no cost for the workshops, and all materials and tuition will be provided by EPQ members. A simple patchwork block will be completed using hand stitching techniques.

In addition to the Taste of Patchwork workshops at the exhibition, Eastwood Patchwork Quilters will be holding Beginner Workshops at their meeting hall later in May if sufficient interest is expressed by the public at the exhibition.

So don’t miss out, make sure you take up this brand new opportunity at the Eastwood Patchwork Quilters Exhibition on May 3, 4 and 5.Welcome