Georgia has the competition all stitched up
TINY pieces of fabric have come together to create beautiful craft and earned Georgia Laidler first place.
Georgia, 12, enters in the Gayndah Show craft and culinary section every year and came first with her pencil case creation in the patchwork category.
Georgia submitted 11 entries this year and was inspired to get into craft by her grandmother, Irene Law.
Ms Law is an accomplished craftswoman who came first in framed embroidery at this year’s show.
“I like using the sewing machine and my grandma taught me how to do it all,” Georgia said. “It’s entertaining.” Georgia has her eye on next year’s competition where she will expand her craft repertoire to include cross stitch.
NOT A PATCH: Georgia Laidler came away with prizes from her 11 entries in the craft section, including first place in the patchwork category.