Crafty ladies open their doors
CELEBRATING 90 years of QCWA in Mundubbera caused a traffic jam on Saturday afternoon.
A garden party with many musical features, raffles, a barbecue and much more had everyone entertained.
The CWA hall was beautifully decorated with arts and crafts, all hand-crafted by members of the local association.
Julie Greiner, a gifted knitter who has won numerous craft competitions run by the CWA, was on hand to show her knitting styles.
“My baby bonnet that was made using heirloom knitting has been entered into the CWA state titles,” Mrs Greiner said.
“I have recently won the branch, divisional andWide Bay competitions and I am hoping to win the state with my bonnet.”
An amazing display of hats and tables were set out with exquisite needlework and an assortment of paintings, pencil sketches and embroidery.
“Our CWA is proud to be here after all these years and I can see us getting stronger after seeing the support we have had today on our birthday,” president Margaret O’Kelly said.
“I am so happy with the efforts of the ladies to make
SHE’S A WINNER: Julie Greiner is a gifted knitter, whose baby bonnet has won numerous craft competitions run by the CWA.