Friday, 1 June 2007

June Long Weekend Activities - come along.......

Sorry international viewers this is a post for the Aussie girls but if you want to jump on a jumbo now you could make it……………… could find a spare bed.....

For the June long weekend I am going to the biggest combined rodeo and campdraft in the Southern Hemisphere. It is at Coonamble in North West NSW. Pop approx 3000 people. This weekend is huge for Coonamble. Many volunteers are involved.
They have rodeo and campdraft all weekend, bush poets breakfast and a quilt display. Yes that is right a quilt display and I will be there. Local quilters in this display which is jam packed into the local library. Always looks fantastic. They also have a raffle of a quilt which is pictured below. I will have to make sure I have get some raffle tickets in this one.
Honeysuckle Cottage will be there with a display of goodies to purchase....yummy....more sewing....
So if you want a great weekend away or a day out head to Coonamble where all the action is on the June long weekend

7 comments:

  1. I am not from Australia but I really enjoyed browsing all the links you provided. It looks like you will have a fun weekend. Good luck with the raffle quilt -- I hope you win :)))

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  2. Have a great weekend next weekend, hope the quilt show is a huge success as usual, by me a couple of tickets I will pay you back when you come over.
    Happy sewing
    Kerry

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  3. I keep my fingers crossed that you win that nice quilt. And I wish you a great time out.
    I love your Triangles Galore. It is scrappy and just beautiful. Well done. Take care.

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  4. Ohhh, that sounds like a fun weekend, I hope you win the quilt, it's super nice!
    *hugs*
    Tazzie
    :-)

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  5. oh the quilt is beautiful! how long did that take! wow I don't have the patience!

    I am a big fan of retro patterns from the 60's and 70's! love them! can't get enough of them! if you ever find any please let me know! I'd love to swap some fabrics for them! our local store never has any...

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  6. Thanks for stopping by my blog, it's so nice to see such wonderful photo's of the countryside, it makes me homesick... Love your stitcheries.

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  7. Lynette Anderson5 June 2007 at 08:32

    Gorgeous colours in your quilt, looks fabulous...what sort of dog? he/she looks so cute.

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