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13th ANNUAL MEMBER'S EXHIBITION
24/25 November 2018

 

Each year, on the last full weekend in November, we hold an exhibition for our members in which to exhibit their quilts or textile arts. Featuring displays of handmade quilts, patchwork and textiles, it has become one of the signature events for Bungendore and draws visitors from across the state, the nation and overseas. It includes a members' challenge, raffle quilt, quilt block hunt and lucky door prizes. We have a sales table providing good quality, handmade craft which makes for ideal gifts for Christmas. There are many local cafes nearby and a number of interesting shops, including the award-winning Bungendore Wood Works Gallery, in which to browse and spend an hour or two (or even more!). Come and visit Bungendore and enjoy all it has to offer.

 

If you are interested in becoming a member and getting involved please visit our membership page.

RAFFLE

 

Each year Bungendore Quilters holds a raffle to raise funds for our compassion quilts and other projects as well as to continue to hold our annual exhibition. Tickets are $2.00 each and are available until the end of the Annual Quilt Exhibition on the Sunday. The raffle will be drawn on the Monday after the quilt show and winners will be notified by phone and published in the Bungendore Weekly.

2018 Raffle Quilt

Crosswalk

170 x 203 cm / 60 x 80 inches

Designed by Jenny Doan, Missouri Star Quilt Co., USA

Custom quilted by Terina Walton, Quilts with Attitude

ANNUAL CHALLENGE - MY DREAM HOLIDAY

 

 

Each year, during our Annual Quilt Exhibition, Bungendore Quilters holds a Challenge for our members and the winners are chosen by a Viewer's Choice. The entries are displayed for our visitors to see on black screens or tables.

2017 Annual Challenge

Viewer's Choice Winner

Leanne Grahame

Quilt - Flower Power

GUEST EXHIBITOR

 

Each year the Bungendore Quilt Exhibition invites a guest exhibitor or group to exhibit their art on the stage in the Bungendore War Memorial Hall. These exhibitors focus on one particular area of the textile arts or in the case of groups, a variety of textile arts.

 

Our Guest Exhibitor gives a short introduction to themselves and their craft during the opening of the exhibition on the Friday evening before the weekend gets underway.​

 

HOW TO FIND THE QUILT EXHIBITION

 

The exhibition is held each year in the Bungendore War Memorial Hall in Molonglo Street, Bungendore. You can't miss the signs!

 

 

From Queanbeyan on the Kings Highway

As you drive towards Bungendore you will see Bungendore Rural Services on your right, further along on your left will be the War Memorial Hall (opposite Food Lovers Market).

 

 

From Braidwood on the Kings Highway

As you drive through Bungendore, you will pass Bungendore Wood Works Gallery on your right, turn left at the T intersection to go to Queanbeyan and you will see the Bungendore War Memorial Hall on your right after Cleanseeds (opposite Food Lovers Market).

 

From Tarago on Tarago Road

Drive straight over the small bridge coming into Bungendore and through the roundabout (second exit). Go past the Old Stone House on your right and just after the turn to Braidwood/Bateman's Bay on your left is the Bungendore War Memorial Hall on your right (opposite Food Lovers Market).

 

From Sydney on Bungendore Road

Turn left onto Bungendore Road from the Federal Highway at the Newton VC Rest Stop. Follow Bungendore Road into Bungendore and turn right at the roundabout (third exit). Go past the Old Stone House on your right and just after the turn to Braidwood/Batemans Bay on your left is the Bungendore War Memorial Hall on your right (opposite Food Lovers Market).

 

12" QUILT BLOCKS

 

In 2015 our members made over fifty 12" blocks which were displayed in The Village Square. They looked fantastic. This is an ongoing project and each year we will add more and more blocks to be used during the Quilt Exhibition weekend. It is makes a wonderful and interesting display of blocks so that non-quilters and those new to quilting will be able to identify different quilt blocks.