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Patchwork exhibition
Patchwork exhibition

The finishing touches have been put to patchwork quilts, ready for this week’s biennial exhibition.

Esperance Patchwork Club spokeswoman Jean Reimers said 16 members had been busy making new quilts of varying designs, colours and shapes over the past two years. She said up to 100 items would be on display, including the club’s 1988 bicentennial quilt, which has been hanging in the Esperance Library.

The exhibition will be held at the Cannery Arts Centre from Thursday to Sunday. Opening hours will be 10am to 4pm. Entry costs $3 and there will be daily raffles.

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