Quilt Show 2024

The biennial quilt show for Waverley Patchworkers is happening this year on 1 and 2 June, 2024. This year’s show will display work produced by members of Waverley Patchworkers which include quilts, art quilts and special displays. Along with the quilt displays, there will also be an exhibition of challenge quilts with the theme being Anything Goes, with a Touch of the Blues.

Waverley Patchworkers is renowned for putting on an amazing display of quilts and there is nothing quite like viewing marvellous quilts, in the company of like-minded people. This show is for everyone; traditional and modern, first-time quilters, artists, crafters, locals or those from yonder. All are welcome.

As well as the quilt displays there will be demonstrations, a merchant mall and a café, where they will be serving delightful homemade goodies, with tea and coffee, for your morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. So, linger a while and enjoy your day.

Raffle Quilt

This year’s Raffle Quilt was made by Linda Crouch and Mariya Waters, quilted by Addicted to Quilts and the quilt design is by Morning Glory Designs.

This stunning quilt will be raffled to one lucky winner and is drawn on Sunday 2 June at the Waverley Patchworkers Quilt Show. So, to be in the draw for this quilt, make sure you purchase your raffle ticket, and you could be taking this quilt home as your own!

All proceeds from the raffle go to support Monash Waverley Community Information Support Inc. Over 50 years helping those in need.

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Merchant Mall

At the Waverley Patchworkers Quilt Show we are proud to offer a Merchant Mall which is one of the many pleasures of attending the show. You can check out the latest products and supplies on sale for your next project. 

We are very pleased to have the following shops in attendance for the whole weekend:

Mrs Martin’s Quilt Shop mrsmartinsquiltshop.com
Karen is sure to bring some fun to your shopping experience. If you want to make a quilt or a wall hanging, maybe a bag or a pincushion Karen can help you find the perfect project and get you started. There’s something for beginners through to the more experienced and those somewhere in between.

Sewn and Quilted sewnandquilted.com.au
Carol always has a huge range of inspiring patterns and fabrics. Owning a shop and being able to introduce and enthuse students to new skills through teaching is something Carol is very passionate about. 

Lilly Patches www.lillypatches.com.au
June has to be one of the most avid supporters of Waverley Patchworkers and it is great that she is bringing her shop to our show once again. June offers a wide selection of quilting fabrics, notions, quilting kits, patterns along with many more products. She likes to encourage young and old, beginners to advance, to participate in the creation of their patchwork journey.

Palm Beach Quilting www.palmbeachquilting.com.au
We love having Maureen at our show. Maureen wants to provide you always with the most helpful advice and experience we can offer, with a prompt quilting service and a comprehensive range of high-quality quilting products. Maureen is very proud of their colourful and friendly shop and excited to see it grow and evolve.

Nuno Nuno www.nunonuno.com.au
Trudy is bringing her gorgeous shop inspired by her love of Japan. Curated textiles for quilting, clothing, crafting, patterns, haberdashery, handcrafted giftware and accessories.

Made in a Pleasance Facebook
Gayle makes beautiful vintage inspired cards. Her love for the nostalgic vintage era reflects her love of this, of family and her collector’s nature. The cards feature items such as vintage sewing notions, old photos, train tickets, ephemera, lace, sheet music and old badges.

These Clever Hands www.thesecleverhands.com.au
Jo will be bringing her beautiful popup shop to our quilt show. Jo has many wonderful products on her website including curated fabric packs, with a statement feature fat quarter, then a palette built around 16 co-ordinating fabrics that pair with it. Sometimes it is a palette of one colour, sometimes it is a palette that is predominantly from one designer. Sometimes it is a cacophony of colour, from a lot of different designers.

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How to get to the show

Mulgrave Community Centre is near Springvale Road, and easy to get to via the Monash Freeway or Eastlink using the Wellington Road exits. There is a long drive up to the building and plenty of on-site parking.

The 885 bus from Glen Waverley or Springvale Stations passes nearby, as do the 802, 804 and 862 buses from Chadstone via Oakleigh Station. The 848 bus from Dandenong to Brandon Park SC is another option, or the 900 bus from Huntingdale Station.

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Quilt Show Challenge

This year’s Quilt Show Challenge is “Anything Goes, with a Touch of the Blues”

Challenge Entry Form

Quilt Show Entry Form

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