Wednesday, 31 October 2018

Happy Mail 31 October 2018

The end of another month...are they flying past quicker than they used to?
November sees a new Block of the Month and a new colour way.  Watch out for it ;-)

It's still not too late to make some Army colour blocks, like the ones
below if you would like to.  For the tutorial, please go

Browse and enjoy the blocks that have arrived in my mailbox over 
the last few days.
Much excitement in the Coffs Harbour Sewing Team as six of us prepare
to head to Canberra on Friday for the Annual Thank You event Jan-Maree has
prepared for us.  Shhhhhh!  ... don't tell her I said this ... she's a wonderful leader, organiser
 and inspirer, and is always patient with the multitude of questions we ask her and always 
quick to respond and keep us all working to make Quilts and Laundry Bags for 
our much respected and honoured Aussie Heroes.

Lyndsay C #1
 


Lyndsay C #2


Irene & Louise


Woolgoolga Craft Group


Carol S #1


Carol S #2

Tuesday, 30 October 2018

Grati-Tuesday 30 October

Hi all,
so it is a really busy week here this week, in the lead up to the biggest social function of the year... the Aussie Hero Quilts Annual Thank You Dinner is in this weekend and I am flat out getting ready for it.  If you missed out on your ticket... well what can I say.. you are going to miss a good night. Just as well there are so many lovely messages you can read to night to take your mind off it.
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Love getting messages like this one
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Hi! I'm in hospital post-ACL recon (Army Army sporting competition). Your bag was naturally a must pack for me and already the staff have heard about the fantastic work AHQ do. Once again, thank you for brightening some dark and dull days.

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And then there is this one from a recipient on HMAS Ballarat who set off on deployment just last Sunday... 


Rack is all set to deploy for 9 months....



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Hi Jeanette,

Today I received a laundry bag that you had generously made for a member of the Australian Defence Force. Your laundry bag caught my eye with its catching pattern and also for the story printed upon the material. It reminded me of reading to my children and that definitely brought a smile to my face and made my heart swell with the memory. Thank you very much for that gift, and thank you too for your continued support after you yourself had provided service to our country.

The time and effort that you and others in the Aussie Hero Quilts community commit to each laundry bag and quilt to show your support to our service personnel is appreciated .

Best wishes
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Jan-Maree

I just received my laundry bag today.

This is actually the second item I have received from your organisation. Having previously deployed to the MEAO, I was given a quilt. That quilt was the only quilt I used for the remainder of that deployment and is currently used as a knee rug by my wife to ward off the cold in Canberra and to remind her of me when I’m away.

I really appreciate the gift of a laundry bag and am confident it will get as much use as the quilt, very likely not in the same way.

Thank you for your continuing support of the Australian Defence Forces whilst we are away.
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Hello Ruth,



The biggest thank you for the laundry bag. It is better then I could have hoped for and it has absolutely brightened my day.   It will get used after I have shown everyone, but only when I do my own laundry (that is not that often really). 


I love the yachts that you put on the bag. I have never owned a yacht but I have been around them most of my life. It is my retirement plan to sail around Australia and I am just beginning the process of setting myself up. I'm looking at lots of different types of boat but have my heart set on a 36' Hans Christian.

I also have grandchildren. Three little boys between my two daughters and one cooking. I also have two boys and two girls to my partner's son and daughter. Total of seven grand kids (number eight expected in Jan 19).

I am one of the older serving members over here at the moment and this is not my first trip but there are a lot of the younger soldiers that are away for the first time. It is very interesting to watch them as they experience a totally different way of life. If nothing else they will return home with a renewed appreciation for what they have in Australia.

It has started to cool down but we have been living with temperatures over here that ranged between 45 to 55 plus on most days.  

There has been no sign of rain until two days ago. Now we are dealing with mud like you have never seen before.  They say a change is as good as a holiday (I need to have a talk to 'They').

The boys and girls over here are doing a great job and receiving laundry bags and letters from home make it all the more fulfilling. 

I wish you the best for you and yours.
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Dear Thelma,
I want to thank you for the lovely laundry bag that you sent over. I am astounded at the amount of talent that it takes to accurately represent the feeling of a relaxed afternoon in country Victoria in textile. While I do indeed use it for slogging my washing down to the laundry, I sometimes just take it out to remember my home.

While my father being a soldier meant that we moved around a fair amount in my childhood, I always seemed to wind up back in country Victoria. This is why I requested something to remind me of that and you have delivered well beyond what I could have expected from anyone. I am looking forward now to finding a place to mount my bag on one of my walls when I get home, to keep reminding me of Victoria as I live in Queensland.

Hopefully your grandsons have settled back in after their trips and I wish them all the best going forward. I also hope that they are able to re-enforce just how much the work that you do means to those of us over here. Everyone is hugely proud of their quilts and bags and I think the most impressive thing is how well they are tailored to what each soldier wanted to represent. They are truly art.

I also want to apologise for my delay in responding. My days have been quite long over here and I have wanted to have a chance to sit down with a  clear head and give you the response that you deserve for your sterling work. Please rest assured that there hasn’t been a day that your work has not given me a small measure of joy out here. I am truly thankful.

I have attached a photo of myself with the laundry bag to try and show how much joy it has brought me.
Thank you again,
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Robyn


I am a Senior Sailor on HMAS Adelaide..

I received a laundry bag today that you handcrafted.

I think initially you may have thought this bag was destined for HMAS Canberra, however be assured it has found a very appreciative home with me.

Thank you for all the time and effort you have invested in this gift. And more importantly thank you for thinking of us Defence members as we go about our duties.

We cannot do what we do without the support of the Australian public. We spend long periods away from home, friends and family and such gifts help assure us that we are supported.

Since you are a retired school teacher please go easy on marking my email, and just remember that the only reason I can write coherent correspondence is because of the efforts of school teachers, in country Victoria.
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To Jan-Maree at AHQ and to Doris, Barbara, Sylvia, Judy, Marilyn, Rhonnie and Lola from the Normanhurst Mixed Probus Club I would like to say a big heart felt thank you. Thank you firstly for the laundry bag you have given me but more importantly thanks for the time and effort that you have put into this worthy cause. Sometimes it is easy to forget that people other than family are thinking about us while we are deployed. I just wanted to say please keep making these wonderful quilts and laundry bags, it is evident on HMAS Adelaide that they are very much appreciated.

I personally, am proud and humbled by what you do sacrificing your time, money and material for members of the ADF.

Kind Regards
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Sue N,

I am a member of HMAS Adelaide’s ships company and I was today presented with a laundry bag from Aussie Hero Quilts. I am very grateful for the gift and the thoughts for those of us deployed at this time. On finding your note inside the bag I felt it only right to contact you directly to pass on my appreciation. Your efforts and those of the rest of your team have been warmly received by the members of Adelaide and we are truly grateful to those out there who take the time and effort to recognise the service we are providing.

Thanks once again.
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Hi Pennie!

I am a Leading Seaman in the Navy.

I am currently on HMAS Adelaide deploying overseas. I volunteered for this spot as I am usually posted to HMAS Newcastle. Thought I would help out and see what this ship is like. (It's huge!) When I finish a meal.. I have to climb up 4 decks to the compartment where I work. I work in communications and talk to other ships when we are sailing together.

Just wanted to say thank you so much for the beautiful laundry bag and all the time you put into making it! My last bag actually lost its draw string so I needed a new one.

Working in an emergency department must be extremely busy. I would find that so interesting to hear your stories.

Thank you again. I'll keep this bag for a long time! My mate is currently writing my name on it. He is very talented with a permanent marker.
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Dear Clarissa,

I have just received my Aussie Heroes laundry bag and would like to express my sincere thanks for this kind gesture and your letter.

I am an Able Seaman Communications Information Systems (ABCIS) sailor on HMAS Adelaide and away on deployment right now.

I have been posted on Adelaide since February 2017 to present and have had an amazing posting on here, being fortunate to visit some countries and places I never thought I would go (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Hawaii, Tonga – to name a few).
I live in Sydney, with my partner and we are both in the Navy. Luckily for me, we are currently deployed together, which makes being away from home a lot easier!
Like you and your family, I am very active and play a lot of sport and have had the privilege of representing the navy and defence force in netball, rugby union and rugby league!

I’ve always seen people with fun laundry bags from Aussie Heroes and was tempted to get my sister to make me one for this deployment, then lucky me, Jesus answered my prayers and blessed me with one of yours!

So again, thank you so much for this, I can’t wait to use it and will make sure to look after it so it can last me for a long time J

Take care and warm regards,

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Good Evening


I am a CPL in the AACC. I am sending this short email to thank you for the lovely laundry bag that you sent the ship, that I received.
I love the toy story pattern on it which reminds me of home and my family. I hope this email finds you well and that everything is doing well with your family.

Once again thank you.
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Good Evening Helen,

I was grateful to receive your kind gift whilst we are out at sea and to hear of your involvement with Aussie Heroes over the last 3 years.

It is always nice to hear that our efforts and sacrifices are appreciated by the people back home, whom we do it all for and that lovely people like yourself are able to show that appreciation as we don’t always receive the best recognition for our efforts (not that that is why we do it at all).

It sounds like you keep yourself fairly busy with all your sewing groups and through your efforts you have been able to be a part of some exciting moments with some amazing people. To be honest I’m a little jealous that you were able to go to the Invictus Games training camp. With all those commitments and experiences, you still managed to take the time to write a letter to go with your bag. I don’t know if that’s common practice for Aussie Heroes but it’s definitely a personal touch that is welcome.

Keep up the great work Helen and all of us will do the same. If we do that I think we’ll be ok 

Kind regards,
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To everyone at Aussie Hero Quilts (and Laundry Bags),

I am a Chef on board HMAS Adelaide. I would like to extend my most sincere thank you to your organisation and everyone who is a part of it for the wonderful Laundry bags my Chefs and I have received from you. Most of us have received letters from the people who made the laundry bags and we have read your letters about AHQ and what it stands for.

Words cannot express how much we appreciate your kind gesture. Thankyou.
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Dear Cath

Firstly I would like to say thank you so much for all the time and effort you put into my quilt. It is absolutely gorgeous, it truly shows how much time and love you poured into it, it brightens my day every time I go into my room. I'd also like to thank you for the goodies you put into the parcel, it is lovely to get something from home.

I have been in the Middle East for several months now and I will be heading home in a few weeks. I currently live in XXXX and have been there for 2 years, so I cannot wait to get back and be near the gorgeous ocean again. I have been in the RAAF for almost 6 years, prior to that I lived on the Central Coast, NSW, not to far from the Blue Mountains, beautiful area.

It is slowly cooling down here which is amazing, maybe I wont find home to cold from the really high temps we were having here.

Thank you again for your amazing work. I will hold onto this quilt for the rest of my life and look back on and remember your wonderful letter.


All the best,

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Good Morning Pennie,

Thank you very much for the laundry bag you have sent myself and my ship mates, I feel much pride in our job, although I do feel that it is just a job.
Being away from home a lot does take its toll, I’m from the Central Coast in NSW so I’m lucky working on an East based ship being able to work close to home.

It has definitely added a bit of colour to my living space and makes finding my washing easier!

Thank you for your support and for a touch of home, it is greatly appreciated.

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Good Afternoon

I would like to send this email to say thanks very much for the laundry bag I received as part of the crew of HMAS ADELAIDE. Unfortunately there was no individual contact in mine so I thought I would send a thanks to all involved in your wonderful organisation.
My bag has a peculiar individual meaning to me. One side is a souvenir tea towel. My wife and I have a funny little tradition started by me years ago that whenever I go overseas or somewhere on deployment I buy her a tea towel from there. She has some from Europe, Southeast Asia and around Australia that she one day wants to make into a quilt, so this bag holds a special little meaning for me!
I know you don’t always get messages from those who receive your bags or quilts but please rest assured they are well appreciated by all and some touch people’s lives in special ways – like mine! You are a fantastic organisation and it’s great to know we are thought of by others besides our families when we are away.

Keep up the great work!!   
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Hi Helen

I am a midshipman in the Royal Australian Navy. I recently received your gift of a laundry bag whilst I was onboard HMAS Canberra. I have found it to be very useful and it makes it very easy to identify my laundry amongst many others in the ship's laundry. 

I have only been in the Navy since January this year and completed officer's course at Jervis Bay in June. I am 20 years old and am enlisted as an ADFA Entry pilot. Becoming a pilot has been my dream since I was very little and I am now following in my father's footsteps with a military flying career. 

I really appreciate the gesture of your gift and personally wanted to thank you, as well as your hardworking group of friends. It was nice to read a little bit about yourself and Aussie Heroes and your letter made it so much more personal. It sounds like you have a very busy social life, much busier than mine!

Thank you once again.
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Hello!

I am a LEUT Nursing Officer in the Royal Australian Navy and have been for 10 years. I am currently embarked forces on HMAS Adelaide with the Medical Operational Health Unit. It was the nicest surprise when the Padre dropped off a bag of quilted laundry bags to us this morning. Being a Nurse and always being embarked forces, rarely being posted to a ship or an overseas unit as we are always an attachment, it was just wonderful to be thought of.  I remember being in Kandahar with the US Navy a few years ago and all the American troops would regularly get care packages from the public and they would look at me funny when I was surprised that people who didn’t know them would send them. It feels just amazing to thought of :) 

Thank you to all the wonderful people out there who put in the time and effort to make these. They are absolutely beautiful. I am truly so grateful to now own my first ever quilted item. I know that it will follow me on every exercise and deployment, and I will finally be able to recognise my laundry bag amongst the dozens that are always stacked!

Again, thank you from the bottom of my heart. 
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Good morning,
I am a Nursing Officer with the Royal Australian Navy. This morning we received a box of laundry bags to our unit via the ship’s Chaplain here on HMAS Adelaide. I just wanted to say a big thanks to you for organising this for us. It means a lot. Laundry aboard ship can be something of an ordeal, so this will help to make things a bit brighter and more cheerful.
Everyone is glad that you’re thinking of us.
Thanks again,
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Good Morning Helen,

As the recipient of your laundry bag I just wanted to say thank you very much. As I saw the post card image of Sydney Harbour it stood out to me as the image we get to see when coming home. As you can probably imagine getting to see that view is a great feeling for those of us who spend time away from our families so I couldn’t resist your laundry bag. I’m happy to hear that you are getting so much out of being part of the Aussie Hero community and believe me, it means a lot to know that our work out here is appreciated. Thank you once again for your thoughts and your efforts.

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Dear SU James

I am Warfare Officer in HMAS Adelaide.  I was lucky enough to receive one of your laundry bags. It was covered in Footballs and was a massive improvement over the one I had already.

I really appreciate you taking the time to make and send in these items to myself and to the crew of my Ship. It has been a massive boost for everyone.

Further, it is great to see you are from SA too, I grew up in Morphett Vale so I have a strong connection with the state.

I appreciate the work you have done and thank you for thinking about us.

Yours Aye
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Loads of lovely thank you messages there.
Till next time... keep spreading the word and happy stitcing!

Jan-Maree xx

Monday, 29 October 2018

Aussie Hero Quilt Requests 29 October


Hi all

Please, please, please read this preamble each week as the info does change. I am receiving a lot of questions from people who have not read this info so you would make it easier for me too if you took a few minutes to read it.


Post by Date for all quilts and laundry bags

The post by date for ALL other items on this list is 3 December please.  

NOTE- any requests on this list would be great for display at the dinner if you are coming…

PLEASE note the date and let me know if you have any problems getting your quilt/LB away on time. In fact, if you are going to be late posting it please let me know BEFORE you post it.  Also, if this time frame is too tight for you, there are options, just email me to discuss.

 PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE copy the ENTIRE line if you wish to nominate for a quilt or laundry bag. 
For example….
Marvel Theme. Ironman     M       LB      1

This is really important to make sure that neither you nor I copy the wrong number which could lead to me giving you the wrong details for specific request.  If you find it hard to copy and paste please copy the line out as follows…  

The first column is the theme or preferences requested.
The second column indicated the gender of the recipient.
The third column is as follows.

B=both quilt and laundry bag (feel free to nominate to JUST do the laundry bag if you wish)
Q= just a quilt
LB = just a laundry bag
F= female
M= male

The last column with the number is a simple registration number for me to use… it is only relevant for this week only and will change if the request is still on the list next week. Once you have received the recipient’s details you will need to use those to refer to the recipient from then on if need be.

If there is more than one request on this list that you would be happy to do I suggest that you send me a list of requests and tell me how many you want to be allocated…. ie one of the following please….  There are always a few requests that everyone wants to do (and I can never pick them) so if the first one you ask for is taken then I can allocate another from your list if I have a list.
  
If you don’t understand what people are asking for or where to get some of the bits and pieces then please ask me but the following might also be helpful.

Australian National Flag - you can buy panels at Spotlight – ask for them if you can’t find them.
Afghanistan flag – I can send you one.
Rising Sun, RAAF Crest, Navy Crest, Coat of Arms, RAEME and other badges – ask me about them, I can often send you some to include if your request needs them.
If they want some text and it is too much for you to applique I may be able to get it embroidered and sent to you to be sewn on the quilt or sewn into it.  Just let me know what words you want, what colour fabric and what colour thread… keep it simple please.   Also include your address in the email to save me time please.
I can help you with football colours and logos of teams etc. Just ask me. Most of the logos are simple or you can just add team names if you want to … team colours are enough also.
Please think about what the request involves before you take it on. Google, ask questions, email me, make sure you can complete it to your satisfaction before you commit to it if possible please.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

Cheers

Jan-Maree

Random laundry bags with a nautical theme… more details available to the volunteers
These need to be with me by 10 Nov. I know this is short notice but we can just do the best we can. 
M
LB
1
WW2 Fighter/Bomber aircraft + Pin up girl nose art
M
LB
1
Anything to do with dumplings
M
LB
1
Military Theme
M
LB
1
 Black and white boxing kangaroo, with pink camo background
M
LB
1
Fonzy From Happy Days
M
LB
1
Marvel Cinimatic Universe Related please.
M
LB
1
Crazy cat lady related if possible. Thank you so much!
M
LB
1
Chelsea Football Club, Star Wars, Black
M
LB
1
could you include his kids names , wine, beer, gardening, his name or initials.
M
LB
1
Yeti, Wombat, Vikings and Teddy Bears
M
B
2
Bright African colours, large Southern Cross, Australian Flag, South Sudanese Flag, United Nations emblem, Royal Australian Engineer emblem, Red poppies (Remembrance Day).
M
B
3
Gymnastics, Rubgy and Ninja Warrior
M
B
4
Afghanistan map large,  Aussie and Afghan flag (can send you an AFG flag), "FPE 10"
M
B
5
Afghanistan, TAAC- Air Patch (can be printed on fabric and sent to you)
M
Q
6
Middle East Operations, War Planes
M
B
7
RAEME corp flag colours would be great (Royal blue on top third, yellow middle third and red bottom third.) If possible the RAEME corp badge (I can send you and embroidered one to included) I am a mechanical engineer so some symbols such as gears and tools would be great.
M
Q
8
I am a huge fan of travelling - I love immersing myself into a different culture and seeing all the local sights of pretty much any country in this beautiful world.
I am a big movie buff, but also love anything that is vintage (particularly travel related) with pastel colours being my favourite.
S
B
9
remembrance theme e.g. -  ANZAC Day, Remembrance Day with a modern twist of Afghanistan and Iraq.
M
B
10
Adelaide Crows, RAAF Chaplain's crest
M
Q
11
Quilt for girl - Hungry Hungry Caterpillar themed with name  if possible.  LB - A KC-30A refuelling other jet(s)
M
B
12
Nature, No7, Beach, Waterfalls, Anzac Theme, Aus Theme, skippy Badge, Name and deployment details.. I can have these embroidered
M
B
13
a Big Boxing kangaroo one please! Australian flag blue background with a Southern Cross
M
B
14
100 Years of Anzac/Remeberance, Poppies, Gallipoli, WW1 soldier, beach,  Name and deployment details.. I can have these embroidered
M
B
15
Harley Davidson/Anzac Theme, Poppies,  Skippy badge, Aus/Iraq Flag, QRF,Name and deployment details.. I can have these embroidered
M
Q
16
ANZAC Theme, Poppies, AUS flag, NZ Flag and Iraq flag. Would like his personal details on his quilt and bag. I can have the details embroidered.
Would like RAOOC Colours, royal blue and red, and the RAOOC Badge. I can send you the badge.
M
B
17
white, pale grey and baby pink. Some sort of chevron, herringbone or small dot. No big emblems please.
F
Q
18
Poppies,
Australian flag
Task Group TAJI 2018
Name and number
Army theme
remembrance theme
M
B
19
Grey/Black, Brisbane Lions (AFL), West End Draught
M
B
20
North Melbourne Football Club (AFL Team) both
M
Q
21
St George Dragons Quilt/ Blue and white laundry bag
M
Q
22
Manchester United, Phoenix Suns, FC Bayern Munich, Brisbane Roar, New York Giants,
M
B
23
NRL(team is Gold Coast Titans),Cars,Colours Blue/Green/Orange/Black(any colour reallly)  nickname is TONKA (like the toy truck)
M
B
24
I own and love my Triumph Street Triple motorcycle. An Australian Multi-camouflage pattern either the Street triple or the Triumph logo with "TCG-7 QARGHA" underneath it will be greater cherished.
M
B
25
requested a TAAC-Air crest (I can print this for you) , Aussie Flag and Afghan flag ( can send you a flag)  colours preferred light blue or dark green
F
B
26
Ambulance - FPE 10 (Aug 18 - Mar 19) Camp Qargha
M
B
27
Picture of someone doing aerobics with set of dumbells and wearing a sweat bands - FPE 10 (Aug 18 - Mar 19) HKIA
M
B
28
RAEME (Blue, Yellow, Red  in that order) , Military
M
Q
29
I'm very much missing my two dogs - they are Rhodesian Ridgebacks (lion hunting dogs from Africa) and they are like my kids! So maybe a dog theme? Photo of dogs available which I can print on fabric
F
B
30
please include family photo on quilt (I can print it for you.)
M
B
31
He said he loves the cammo designs, and the poppies. Other than that, I'd suggest a rising sun, or one of the engineer emblems like the "lazy E"
M
B
32
North Queensland cowboys, favourite colour is blue, green and gold skippy, or some sort of indigenous pattern. I would be truly grateful with whatever the quilters come up with.
M
B
33
I would like to receive a quilt with a RAAF Theme covering the three times that Australian Military Aviation has been on major operations in the Middle East. Basically WWI with the Mesopotamian Half Flight and 1 SQN flying BE2c biplanes, WWII 3 and 450SQN flying Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk aircraft and current operations with 37SQN flying the C130J-30 Hercules. Silhouettes of the aircraft would do to make it easier, but I’ve seen some of the work they have done, and it’s amazing. Really, anything to do with ANZAC’s in the Middle East would be great.
M
Q
34
Could I please order my quilt and laundry bag with either a QLD State of Origin theme or Brisbane Broncos theme.
M
B
35
Marvel superheroes
M
Q
36
Parramatta Eels, tennis, cars, for my 3 year old son
M
Q
37
Nth Melbourne Kangaroos AFL
M
Q
38
RAAF Aircraft  BarcelonaFC  (Soccer Club)
M
Q
39
Sky Grey, Weightlifting, Super Heroes, Reading
M
Q
40
Island Paradise, Fighter Jets
M
Q
41
History of the Australian Army in a Timeline
M
B
42
West Coast Eagles AFL
M
Q
43
Essendon Bombers (AFL), Deadpool (Marvel Superheroes)
M
Q
44
Hiistory (Roman, Greek Empire), Sites of the world
M
B
45
Star Wars, Electric Guitar, Blue
M
B
46
Star Wars, Electric Guitar, Blue
M
B
47
I am interested for the quilt AFL Richmond Tigers, NBL Melbourne United, NBA Houston Rockets and Aleksandr Orlov from Compare The Market Meerkat  
M
Q
48
Space, Astronomy, Forests
M
B
49
Daft punk, Snowboarding and Richmond AFL
M
Q
50
NRL-New South Wales Blues, V8 Supercars
F
B
51
Lime green, hot pink, bright orange and yellow. Chocolate/gym/beach
F
B
52
Corgies and kittens 
M
B
53
Unicorn and piglets with my name (Sua) in the middle
M
B
54
The Wiggles (daughter's name written on quilt), bright colours
M
B
55
Eureka Flag, "HMAS Ballarat FFH-155 Op Manitou 2018/2019" and "Defend the Flag" or something like that.
M
B
56
Brisbane Broncos (power) Retro 1988 NRL Jersey
M
B
57
Purple, Flowery, Blue, Island/Beach
F
B
58
Pineapples and palm trees for the quilt and flamingos for the laundry bag
F
B
59
Penrith Panthers (NRL)/GWS Giants(AFL) KFC-Kentucky Fried Chicken
M
B
60