Craft on show at Mullumbimby

Liz Watts and two of her patchwork quilts.
Liz Watts and two of her patchwork quilts.
Mullumbimby local Liz Watts makes gorgeous quilts featuring pansies, and her work, together with that of other members of the Brunswick Valley Needlework Group, will be up on stage at the 12th annual Mullumbimby Public School Craft Expo on Saturday.

As well as quilts, the Expo will have all kinds of handmade goods for sale on its over 40 stalls, from knitted beanies and scarves just right for chilly winter nights, to jewellery, lavender sachets, greeting cards, corrugated iron garden sculptures and painted porcelain.

Craftspeople will be available to discuss their work, and lovely homemade soup will be on sale, as well as cake or scones with jam and cream.

The school will also be selling craft by Mullumbimby students and beautiful Ecosilk bags.

The Mullumbimby Public School Craft Expo is at the Mullumbimby High School auditorium on Saturday from 10am, admission $4.

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