Friday, 13 February 2015

Stonestead Outdoor Quilt Festival

This weekend I managed to head out to the annual quilt festival held at Stonestead (about 40 minutes north of Wellington).  At this time of year the weather is usually lovely so it's a great day in the sun.  I thought I'd share a few of the quilts on display - my group of quilting friends put in a good effort with lots having at least one quilt on show.

Stop Drop and Swoon - Anne Read (Quilted by Sue Burnett) 
Stop, Drop and Swoon - Anne Read (Quilted by Sue Burnett)

Colourfall - Lee Natrass 
Colourfall by Lee Natrass

Antique Sampler Quilt - Judith Bell (Quilted by Sue Burnett) 
Antique Sampler Quilt by Judith Bell (Quilted by Sue Burnett)


Black, White and Red - Wanda Borowicz (Quilted by Trish Barry) 
Black, White and Red by Wanda Borowicz (Quilted by Trish Barry)

Laurence's Shirts - Annette Pawson 
Laurence's Stars by Annette Pawson

"Arizona" Quilt - Alice Kreyder 
"Arizona" Quilt by Alice Kreyder

Meadow Brick Wall - Alice Kreyder 
Meadow Brick Quilt by Alice Kreyder

Goose and Gander: The Caravan Quilts - Margaret Davidson 
Goose and Gander: The Caravan Quilts by Margaret Davidson

Vintage Dreams - Helen Malanchak (Quilted by Sue Burnett and Helen Malanchak) 
Vintage Dreams by Helen Malanchak (Quilted by Sue Burnett and Helen Malanchak)


Fair and Square - Anne Cate (Quilted by Sue Burnett) 
Fair and Square by Anne Cate (Quilted by Sue Burnett)

Kaleidoscope - Anne Cate (Quilted by Sue Burnett) 
Kaleidoscope by Anne Cate (Quilted by Sue Burnett)


Wonky Woollen Crosses - Bridget Macfarlane 
Wonky Woollen Crosses by Bridget Macfarlane

Without a Cause - Anne Read (Quilted by Sue Burnett) 
Without a Cause by Anne Read (Quilted by Sue Burnett)

Rainbow Explosion - Lyndy Young (Quilted by Sue Burnett) 
Rainbow Explosion by Lyndy Young (Quilted by Sue Burnett)

Loud and Proud - Lee Natrass 
Loud and Proud by Lee Natrass

Snug as a Bug - Annette Benge
Snug as a Bug by Annette Benge

I hope you enjoyed those - they were of course just a small portion of the quilts on display.

I'm leaving for QuiltCon today which is very exciting (I'm spending a few days beforehand in San Francisco).  If you're going as well, I hope to see you there.  If not, fear not, because I've scheduled a few posts in advance to keep everything running smoothly here (and my sister Jenny is still on board, looking after Ivy and Ralph and putting together the Caturday posts as usual).  I'll definitely be telling you all about it when I get back (and I'll be sharing my adventures as they happen on instagram as @adrianneonthewindyside).

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11 comments:

Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl said...

Safe travels and I hope to meet you in Austin!

Mina said...

Those quilts are beautiful. Have a safe trip

Julie said...

Safe travels and have a fabulous time. I am very envious of our kiwi girls going to QuiltCon

leanne said...

so many gorgeous quilts ! have a super time at QuiltCon - I'll be there in spirit :)

Leeanne said...

Such a variety of quilts! Happy travels.

tusen said...

Good to see so many different styles of quilts. And I love that they are displayed outdoors.
Have fun at QuiltCon.

Leanne said...

Thank you for sharing the beautiful quilts and I sure hope to get a chance to visit with you at QuiltCon.

Lisa said...

Have a fantastic time at QuiltCon. Hope you are taking an empty case.

Heather Long said...

I hope you have an awesome time at QuiltCon. Thanks for showing the amazing quilts.

desertskyquilts said...

Thanks for sharing! What a wonderful mix of traditional and modern.

Camilla said...

Wow so many kiwis going to QuiltCon-well at least two that I know of! Fantastic I'll look forward to hearing your impressions. Maybe I'll make it one day myself?!