Territory Stories

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Details:

Title

Snippets

Creator

Darwin Patchworkers & Quilters Inc.

Collection

Snippets; E-Journals; PublicationNT; Snippets

Date

2011-10

Location

Winnellie

Notes

This publication contains many links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; Established 1 May 1984

Language

English

Subject

Darwin Patchworkers & Quilters Inc; Patchwork; Quilting; Periodicals

Publisher name

Darwin Patchworkers & Quilters Inc.

Place of publication

Winnellie

Series

Snippets

Volume

Newsletter, October 2011

File type

application/pdf

ISSN

1032-1349

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

Darwin Patchworkers & Quilters Inc.

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/234934

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/652734

Page content

Page 4 of 10 Dragonfly Fabrics 3 Pavonia Place, Nightcliff Phone: 08 8948 0691 Fax: 08 8948 0694 Email: dragonfabric@bigpond.com Web: www.dragonfly.com.au Dragonfly Fabrics is moving in the first week of October. Our new address will be Shops 2 & 3, 53 Alawa Crescent, Alawa, (the site of the old Alawa supermarket). Our phone number will remain the same. So we dont have to take it with us, we are having a SALE with 20% OFF all floor stock commencing 6 September. Personal shopping only; and keep calling in because there will be some EVEN BETTER specials throughout the sale as we discard stock. Some conditions will apply - see in store. NO OTHER DISCOUNTS WILL APPLY. I'm creative. You can't expect me to be neat too. Internet Bytes Many quilters have blogs and/or websites on the Internet which make for interesting reading. If you have a blog or website that you enjoy and would like to share with DP&Q members, just send an email and the websites will be published here. http://www.christinahenri.com.au/ Christina Henri is a conceptual artist from Hobart, Tas. who has a particular interest in our convict history. She conceived the Roses from the Heart project in which needleworkers are invited to contribute a bonnet to an installation commemorating each of the convict women who was transported to Australia. (The pattern is available on the website.) To date some 25,000 bonnets have been made. http://annfergusonquiltopiadesign.blogspot.com/ Ann Ferguson commenced her quilting career in Darwin (another graduate of Jenny Armour) and now runs a quilting business, Quiltopia, in Maleny, Qld. Her blog is quite entertaining. Happy BirthHappy BirthHappy BirthHappy Birthday to you.day to you.day to you.day to you. Barbara Mellon (4th) Kim Tait (14th) Maerwen Taylor (21st) Cheryl West (10th) Judy Pratt (14th) Judy OCallaghan (28th) Quilting fills my days, not to mention the living room, bedroom and closets.


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