The Scottish Quilting Show in Glasgow is approaching fast. We are all busy each creating two new quilts for our exhibition. The theme this time is H2O. Come and see our 8 new creations on Stand MO2 and say hello. If you turn left on entering the hall, we are the last stand on the left.
If you book tickets online using the code EV266 you can get £3 off all adult and senior tickets. See the ‘poster’ below.
We are delighted to have been allocated an exhibition stand at the 2020 Glasgow Quilt Show. Our theme for this exhibition will be H2O.
We did not have an exhibition stand this year but we were delighted with our success in the competitions.
We won the Gold Award for our Group Quilt, Apple Blossom.
Nancy won the Gold Award in the Contemporary category for her Floral Fantasy and Deborah won the Gold Award in the Traditional category for her Tumbling Blocks.
Anne won the Bronze Award in the Art Quilt category for her Frosty Morn.
We had a very successful exhibition this year at the Glasgow Quilt Show. The theme was ‘Trees’ which really seemed to resonate with visitors. We were overwhelmed by all the wonderful comments and encouragement. Our thanks to all who stopped and talked to us.
Silver Award Winners
Anne and Jennifer each won a Silver Award in the competitions. Anne won her award in the Themed Quilt section, Charles Rennie Mackintosh ‘Risen from the Ashes’ and Jennifer won hers in the Art Quilt section.
We are working hard getting ready for our second exhibition at the Scottish Quilting Show at the SEC in Glasgow next week. Our theme this year is ‘Trees’. Eight new quilts, all very different and using a wide variety of techniques. Come and see us if you can on Stand P20.
Jennifer and Deborah had success at the Scottish Quilt Championships at Ingliston this year. Jennifer won the Small Wallhanging category with Evening Reflections and Deborah was awarded a Judges merit for her Hot Rocks. Jennifer also won the award for best Art Quilt.
Nancy Smith won the Gold Award for her entry into the Traditional category of the Glasgow Quilt Show. We are very proud of her and her achievement. Well done Nancy!
We are delighted to have had a very successful first exhibition in Glasgow with a lot of interest and many very positive comments. Thank you to everyone who came by. We enjoyed talking to you. Thank you too, to all those who wrote such encouraging things in our visitors book. We are already buzzing with ideas for our next exhibition.
We are excited to be preparing for our first exhibition at the Glasgow Quilt Show on 2nd – 5th March. The four of us who remain in the group will each show two new quilts on the themes ‘New Reflections’ to celebrate our chosen name and ‘Kenmore’ following an inspiration finding visit there. We will also display two of ‘tricia’s quilts to honour her memory and her participation in this group, including the early planning of this exhibition.
Come and see us on Stand ZM28 and say ‘Hello’.