Monthly Archives: November 2017



Last night was the opening of the bi-annual exhibition of ‘Australian Quilts in Public Places’. This years theme was ‘Reflection’. There were more than 50 quilts jammed into the White Horse Art space in Box Hill, Melbourne, Australia.

I received a ‘highly commended’ for the following work: ‘Place of Reflection’. It is a whole quilt and begun its life as a piece of ice-dyed fabric. I added hand-dyed sheer and cotton fabrics. The darker tree fabric is, in fact, one of my children’s baby sheets that has been over-dyed. If you look closely you can even see a few alphabet blocks! There is a lot of machine stitching with metallic and shiny threads to add shimmer to the water. Some Inktense pencil work has been added to define the waters edge.

Unfortunately this is a poor quality photo, but will have to do, for now.



Place of Reflection 2017 by Linden Lancaster




Last days of my exhibition


The 17th of November is the last day of my exhibition at the GRAIN store art gallery in Nathalia. Opening times are Thursday, Friday, Saturday from 11 am to 4pm (or by arrangement with myself for a group).

The following photo (and article by Genevieve Barlow) is in this weeks Weekly Times ‘Miranda’ section.

Also, ‘Great Australian Quilts’ by Quilters Companion has just arrived in the newsagents with an article and pattern/instructions for ‘Bugs on Boxes’. I am the representative for Victoria.

Please note that you can get the bug kits from Sue Thiel at and not the shop mentioned .

Nathalia, after the rain Photo by Judy Ormond