Less than a week to go until our wonderful 2022 quilt exhibition opens. Our members are excitedly waiting to welcome quilt lovers from far and wide to our new venue at the Roselea Community Centre.
Entries close Friday 3rd June …. Don’t miss out they’re coming in fast!
This quilt was made by members and is called Split Screen
Our other raffle quilt is called Which house is yours?
Tickets in our raffle can be purchased from any member and will also be available at our exhibition
The proceeds of the raffle will go to Street Side Medics
From Streetside …. Our organisation strives to alleviate the burdens faced by the homeless community of NSW in accessing primary healthcare. For more detail click here
Check your email for the information sent out on Friday, you have 2 weeks to get those entries finalised.
Our exhibition will be held at Brush Farm House and Eastwood Corrective Services Academy, Eastwood. Both are located on the same grounds.
*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.
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.
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)
Today was the first of three days activity towards our 2017 exhibition, it starts this Friday May 5 and runs through to Sunday May 7th. Piles and piles of quilts arrived at Brush Farm House ready for judging.