(From left) Goonellabah Quilters’ Livia Perin, Colleen Smith, Carol Bonamy and Patricia Smithyman show one of the intricate crafts to be showcased at Lismore City Hall on September 6, 7 and 8. Three handmade pieces will be raffled and proceeds will go to the Lismore Base Hospital
(From left) Goonellabah Quilters’ Livia Perin, Colleen Smith, Carol Bonamy and Patricia Smithyman show one of the intricate crafts to be showcased at Lismore City Hall on September 6, 7 and 8. Three handmade pieces will be raffled and proceeds will go to the Lismore Base Hospital "Our Houe’ appeal.

Quilting comeback bequeaths cash

THE under-appreciated art of quilting is making a comeback, with the Goonellabah Quilters holding their four-yearly Quilt show at Lismore City Hall.

There'll be three chances to cop the latest in contemporary quilting, Thursday and Friday September 6 and 7 from 10am to 4pm and Saturday Sept 8 from 10am to 3pm.

Marvel at the diversity of quilts, fibre arts and other items on display, buy up at the sales table and vendor stalls, take notes at the demonstrations or just gorge yourself at the cafe on the delicious refreshments, probably home-made by multi-tasking quilters.

A raffle offers a bite at a beautiful quilt and all proceeds, including the $5 admission, go to the Lismore Base Hospital "Our House" appeal.


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