Thursday, 13 November 2008

Quilt Exhibition Time


Well, despite all the gremlins set in my path, I finished the quilt last night, just in time to take it to the set-up tomorrow. I'd love to show it to you, but it's a secret and if you saw it, I'd have to kill you. But I can show you some of the children's clothing I will be selling.




I am now frantically doing the hand-sewing on three new dresses and somehow I still have to make a label for the back of the quilt, sew it on, and make four pairs of baby shoes. Lots of deep breaths and one step at a time does it.



So if you will be in Brisbane over the weekend, a trip to beautiful semi-rural Brookfield will do you the world of good. The historic Brookfield Hall is so cute it looks like a Hollywood set. Add to that a fantastic quilt exhibition, oh-so-tempting things to buy in our sales room, scrumptious refreshments, and a great jazz band to entertain you at lunchtime, and you have the perfect day. Please say hello if you if you come - it'd love to meet you.

While we are talking about exhibitions, next weekend Reverse Garbage will be holding their popular annual end-of-year pre-Christmas exhibition. There will be some wonderful and innovative pieces of art and craft on display and better still, they will be available for sale. What’s particularly exciting is that three of the participating artists this year are fellow BrisStyle team members. Included in the “Renaissance: a rebirth of recycled materials” exhibition are Helen Berthold (ruby red studios and ruby 2 go-go), Ali Chisholm (jellygnite) and Rebecca Hollis (wheresbeckybean). For more information, please go to the Reverse Garbage link. Good luck, girls!

And finally, don't forget our BrisStyle fabulous give-away parcels - three gorgeous packages of goodies - each one valued at over US$100, and you know what that is in Aussie dollars! Time is running out, so don't delay.

Have a wonderful weekend everybody.

6 comments:

Ali said...

Oooh Robyn, you're busy busy!!
Best of luck for the weekend (hope you get it all done!) - your children's clothes look like lollies lined up there!
Thanks for your 'Renaissance' support too :)

Twinkle Star Art said...

Good luck with your Quilt Exhibition this weekend.
As usual your children's clothing look delightful colourfully lined up! I really can't wait to see this quilt! But sorry, not willing to die for it though :P

Hey Harriet said...

Looking forward to seeing your quilt! The clothes are adorable! All the best on the day. Sure sounds like a nice event. Hope you'll take photos on the day. Featuring your quilt of course! :)

Bec said...

The exhibition was great Robyn. I had such a nice time there (really enjoyed the jazz too!!!). I've been showing everyone the lovely dresses I bought and they've been getting so many ooohhs and aaahhhhs. Thanks for the exhibition mention. Boy, I'd better get something up on my own blog. Slack!!!

Trish Goodfield said...

Okay, the exhibition is over can we have a look at the quilt? I love seeing other peoples hard work especially when it comes to something like a quilt. Can we?

shells said...

Have a great weekend!! If your quilt is half a gorgeous as all the kids clothes you make, it will be amazing!