Coonamble holds a quilt show each June Long Weekend, which coincides nicely with people visiting the area for the annual rodeo.
The setting is in what had once been a milk bar and there are a few of the original fittings still in place.
Coffee anyone? I remember once we got lunch in a cafe in Junee and they were still using a coffee machine like this one. That was only about ..........oh.... 20 years ago,.......OK, longer ago than I realised.
There are some talented ladies in the district, with some vibrant quilts on display.
I seemed to be drawn to the colourful scrappy quilts that have been rather labour intensive to create.
See what I mean.
Yep, yet another one. Gypsy Wife is a popular quilt to make.
Now, that seems a bit more realistic to complete.
I love the colours in this trip around the world.
I think I may recognise this quilt as belonging to Fairy Girl. How good to see it on display.
I seem to be also drawn to plus quilts lately.
By now Mick was getting a bit toey, as time was marching on and we still had a bit of a way to travel, so we kept on our way.