Rachaeldaisy Grazing Table
- Product Code: EVENT001
- Availability: In Stock
When: Friday, 21st February 2020
Where: Newtown Bay Rowing Centre
The fabulous Rachaeldaisy is coming to Hobart! Yes, we are bringing her down in February 2020 in place of our normal Autumn Gathering event.
We are holding a new style of event on the Friday evening - a magnificent grazing table, bubbles and friendship, as well as:
Spend an hour or two with Rachael as she shares her journey and her wonderful array of quilts and techniques. We will have a sales table with all of her goodies including her beautiful new Quiltmania book which she will happily sign for you. She will present a 45-60 minute inspirational show and tell with many stories and samples to share. Enjoy the food, friendship and treat yourself to a beautiful night out. Other goodies and surprises may await.
There will also be a two day Whizzbang workshop. Watch for the event release very soon = or register your interest on our FB event page. Costings TBC but limited to only 20 students.
Here's a little more about Rachael:
“Rachaeldaisy has become synonymous with bold, colourful, eye popping quilts. and it’s no wonder after 20 years of being a florist experimenting and mastering colour and form.
Whilst honouring the tradition of quilting she continues to find fresh ways and new techniques to interpret conventional designs. Her use of 3D elements such as folded and gathered fabric techniques, yoyo puffs, prairie points, wool felt, appliqued and piece denim create beautifully unique textured work.
Her fresh interpretation of the art of quilting has seen her quilts awarded many prizes including Best in Show at both the 2015 and 2016 Australian Modern Quilt Show, Best in Show & Best in NSW at the 2016 Sydney Quilt Show. Most Innovative at 2017 Dare to Differ Contemporary Textiles Exhibition, 2017 Best Use of Colour Sydney Quilt Show.
In 2018 her work was shown on the catwalks of Paris in collaboration with dynamic duo Romance Was Born. Rachaeldaisy’s quilts have been exhibited in quilt shows and galleries and featured in many publications both nationally and internationally.”