It had been four years since we were last able to showcase our work. Our highly regarded show was attended by visitors from all over Melbourne and regional Victoria. They came by the busload!
Our next Quilt Show will be in 2024. See you there!
Chasing Rainbows detail
The raffle quilt was won by a very happy Susan from Hawthorn. It was then entered with her permission in Victorian Quilters Showcase were it won Runner Up in the Group Quilts section.
One of the pleasures of attending the Quilt Show is spending time in the Merchant Mall checking up on the latest products and buying supplies 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.
Sewn and Quilted sewnandquilted.com.au
Carol always has a huge range of inspiring patterns and fabrics
Lilly Patches 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.
Palm Beach Quilting palmbeachquilting.com.au
Recently voted the most popular shop in Australia we love having Maureen at our show.
Nuno Nuno nunonuno.com.au
Trudy is bringing her gorgeous shop inspired by her love of Japan for the first time.
Made in a Pleasance Made-in-a-Pleasance
Another new comer, Gayle makes beautiful vintage inspired cards.
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.
Not able to collect your quilt after the show on Sunday? Complete the above form and hand it in with your quilt on Friday.