My favourite work was by Lesley Uren and it was a Leafy Sea Dragon done in gold work. It was positioned behind a table so I couldn't get too close to see the details.
|Leafy Sea Dragon on Gold by Lesley Uren|
Lesley Uren also had a Weedy Sea Dragon on display.
|Weedy Sea dragon by Lesley Uren|
Another of my favourites was a box with a beautifully appliqued and embroidered top by Sylvia Reeves.
Water Lily by Sylvia Reeves
I also took a detail shot to see the wonderful embroidery.
|Water Lily detail|
I also liked Perception by Mary McArdle, it was a combination of painting and embroidery.
|Perception by Mary McArdle|
There was a lot of gold work on display and here is one called She is in Love by Sue White
|She is in Love by Sue White|
There were a few quilts on display and there was one that caught my eye because of the embroidery and the dear little quotes on it. It was displayed on a hoop and unfortunately the name card was placed right in the middle of it.
Best Friends Forever by Glenda Walker
There was a stand of little works by the South Western Branch who were celebrating their 40th birthday. The embroidery was exquisite.
|South Western Branch 40th Birthday display|
|Blue Wren by Gillian King|
|Butterfly by Gwenda Armitstead|
|Robin by Beverley Speirs|
|Thistle by Robin Southey|
The Ebb and Flow Challenge was won by Linda Bateman with her incredible piece called Who Broke the Golden Egg.
|Who Broke the Golden Egg by Linda Bateman|
It's hard to appreciate the wonderful and intricate beading from the photo.
The Embroiderer's Guild in Wattletree Road, Malvern, Victoria, Australia put on a wonderful exhibition every year and if you get a chance next year I highly recommend a visit.
Bye for now,