Tuesday, 1 December 2009

Talk at TAG, Embroiderers' Guild Victoria,

We are slowly winding down, but all is not quite over yet, we will give possibly our last talk at
Textile Art @ the Guild (TAG) monthly meeting , The Embroiderers' Guild, Victoria , Monday 9 November 7:30 pm, Embroidery House, 170 Wattletree Road, Malvern, 3144 (Tram 5, Stop 46). Meeting Entry $5

Robin and Annette decide to go to Melbourne via Mount Hotham.  Robin is sorry that she gave away her pewter velvet skirt as it would be perfect to interpret these folds and folds of mountains.
Then it was off to the Silt Jetty, Paynesville.
 After temperatures in single digits at Hotham we arrived in Melbourne to a heat wave. On the night we gave our talk we sweltered as we window shopped on Glenferrie Road to fill in the time before the evening session at Guild headquarters,Wattletree Road Malvern.  Of course before that we stopped off at Patrchwork on Central Park. 

Later that week we vistied Cook's Cottage (The Captain's father). Can this be a hint to the future of the group?  

Beautiful Silks is not that far away so after a quick lunch we stepped inside the doors and did not emerge till much much later.

Home via fields and fields of golden grain - we are so glad we took the back way from Sheperton to Wangaratta.  We managed this without Tom Tom who is not that good with country lanes.  In Sheperton we went to see a textile exhibiton but it had closed early.  Perhaps it's us? Art Gallery NSW also closed its Silk Ikats exhibiton early - hope it's not a trend.

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