We are a community promoting quilting and related crafts.

Kilmore Quilters provides a social environment for us to get together and share knowledge, learn new skills and create wonderful pieces of art that you can throw on a bed, hang on a wall, or present to someone you love.

Monthly gatherings are held on the following days : Our evening gathering is at 7pm, on the 3rd Wednesdayof the month at the Kilmore Memorial Hall, Kilmore, in the supper room.

The day gathering is held on the following Tuesday at the same venue from 9am-12pm.


Sunday, 11 December 2016

2016 Christmas Party

What a terrific end of year party we had.
 Excellent presentation by Helen Molnar about the Rajah Quilt and the unfortunate convict women who helped make it, delicious food by Jason Leiper at JBL Catering and a trunk show of some of the quilts made by members from the Fabric of Society book by Dr Annette Gero.
Heaps of chatting, laughter and even a bit of stitching. Lovely to welcome some of our members from up Albury way and Carolyn Konig from Carolyn Konig Designs in Wodonga as a guest.

                                    Helen Molnar giving us a talk on the history of the Rajah quilt.

                                                  Some stitching, laughs and good food

A trunk show of stunning quilts made by members, inspired by the book, The Fabric of Society by Dr Annette Gero. 
If you can get your hands on a copy, its a beautiful book to have in your collection.
Don't forget our last event for the year is the combined Gathering at Kilmore Soldiers Memorial Hall on Wednesday 14th from 7pm.
(There will be no Tuesday day gathering for December)
All welcome!

Our November Gatherings

This months night gathering saw just a few of Wendy's stunning quilts. 
From her very first quilt to her prize winners. 
Thanks Wendy. 😊

Rhonda gave us a talk and show and tell on some of her quilts during the Tuesday day gathering.

Thanks Rhonda 😊

Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Bonnie Hunter's Dancing Nine Quilt Workshop

What a productive day we all had at our wonderful Bonnie Hunter workshop.
We initially had Bonnie booked for a weekend workshop as she was set to tour Australia,  unfortunately her trip was cancelled.
 But, not all was lost, we had our wonderful Kilmore Quilter Maryanne to take the workshop for the day.
Above is Maryanne's version of the Dancing Nine Pattern quilt.

This quilt is a great scrap buster , thanks for a wonderful day Maryanne.

For those of you who don't know of Bonnie Hunter, she is the master of scrap quilts ! 
Her blog is well worth a visit, lots of eye candy as well as free patterns.