Members News

The Challenge fabric this year is from a range called Floral Splendor by Andover fabrics.   Alison at Smartfrog has the fabric in stock.

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Click on the above link to access the entry form and complete.


Oast Quilters were very proud to have raised a significant sum at the 2016 Oast Showcase which allowed us to present cheques to three local Charities.  Headway, a charity that supports those with an aquired head injury, CLAPA (Hair Lip and Cleft Palate Assocation) and EKUBS, a breast screening support charity.  Presentations were made at Oast Open Meeting  on 24th September, 2016



Liz Coleman presenting the Charity cheque for

£2000 to CLAPA representatives.


Liz Coleman presenting the Charity Cheque

for £2000 to the EKUBS representative









Liz Coleman presenting the Charity Cheque

for £2000 to the Headway Representative.



Oast Showcase 3 – 5 June 2016


Winner of Visitors Choice

The winner of both the Best Quilt in the Show and the Quilted Item that Most People Wanted to Take Home, is Elizabeth Melville, with her beautiful quilt. ‘Blues’ which includes blocks with a wide variety of interpretation on the theme, ‘blue’.  A very worthy winner.

Elizabeth Melvilee

Elizabeth Melville standing beside her winning quilt. Elizabeth is a member of Canterbury Quilters.

Winners of the Visitors’ Choice

Best in show:

First                             No. 66              Elizabeth Melville:        ‘Blues’

Joint Second               No. 3                Beverley Brawn:          ‘Flower Garden’

Joint Second               No. 11              Chaucer Quilters:       ‘Magnum Opus’

Third                            No. 19              Rosemary Marozzi:    ‘The Flowers Appear on the Earth


The Quilt I would most like to go home with:

First                             No. 66              Elizabeth Melville:        ‘Blues’

Second                        No. 72              Tracy Aplin:                 ‘Are We There Yet?’

Third                            No. 74              Ann Wood:                  ’40 for 40 (Enigma for Emma)



Here are some photographs of the Oast 2016 Showcase held today 3rd June and visited by the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Canterbury. An absolutely super day and a stunning array of quilts and other items.


……………..more to follow


There were a large number of entries in this year`s Challenge.  From 24 entries the results of the members vote was :


First prize – Lyn Browne


Second Prize – Maggie Breakspear



Third prize – Sylvie Plested

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