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Saturday, October 29, 2016

Port Arlington Old Mill and Bellarine Quilters

I saw some lovely quilts today. The venue was the Old Mill at Point Arlington .

Beautiful old building .....perfect to house a quilt exhibition. My lovely friend Sue Kiwikid is a member of this clever group of ladies .

There was some beautiful work......



Loved this beautiful quilt and got to say hello to its maker Jill Ward....

Of course had to get a piccie of friend Sue's lovely work.

This quilted ball was amazing.....
This was very sweet...
We also had a good look around at the mill and its treasures. My first job was a telephonist and apart from the handset bought back lots of memories for me.

I loved the beautiful old windows and timbers....very sturdy!

And no there was no sign of the Doctor in this sort of a tardis...do you remember them?
Lots of old collectables to admire....
We both enjoyed ourselves....thanks so much for the invite Sue.
Great work ladies.....
Namaste and Blessings Michelle xxx

11 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous place to hold a quilt show! And that quilted ball is spectacular. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. What a lovely time you had today my friend,lovely pics ,I am home now,dad was rushed to hospital this morning ,he is back home now but he had to have someone with him ,he is fine,he struggles to breathe ,he has emphysema .
    I have enjoyed your pics of today,thankyou for sharing xx

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  3. A holiday quilt show - what a bonus! Thanks you, Michelle, for taking us along with you......looks like a great show.

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  4. What a lovely place & a quilt show as well just fabulous. Love the quilt ball. Hugs, xx

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  5. Sounds like a lovely day... always nice to take in a quilt show and such a beautiful setting for one too.

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  6. Nice weather, great location......fabulous to see Sue's quilt!

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  7. Great day all round. That ball looks huge but I assume it isn't.Lovely quilts and the telephone boxes are still in the UK... not sure they work though!

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  8. Some beautiful quilts..lots of inspiration.
    I was a switchie too...and loved it
    Great memories in those photos.xx

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  9. I love old buildings, the creaky wooden floors, the stone walls, etc. I too was a cord board operator from 1977 to 1979 when they went computerized. Worked in various departments for 32 yrs and retired. I love the window treatment and wolf quilt

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  10. how fun to get the quilt show in too... I wish those old building could tell us stories
    Hugz

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  11. Oooh what gorgeous quilts and the setting couldn't be more prefect. Thanks for sharing. Guida

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