Tuesday 28 September 2021

Grati -Tuesday 28th September 2021

                                                                       Hi there,

How is your week? Mine is work, work and some more work. In between meetings though, I have excitedly booked in for my hair and lashes and first dinner date with my friends to be booked in for when restrictions ease in a few weeks. Excited and ready to safely return to some normality. I'm sure by the first weekend, Ill be ready to return safely indoors and retreat to the safety of my own company LOL... 

More excited about having booked in for dinner and brunch for the volunteers weekend in March next year. Looking forward to putting faces to names. How lush to be able to book a weekend away, super excited! Plus ill be able to combine it with a visit to my niece and nephew, which I always love!

      Enough from me, hope you enjoy the read!


Hi Helen,

It gives me great pleasure to know people see ADF personnel as Heroes. I am very proud to serve Australia, and Australians like you. I see myself as a proud Aussie who is honoured to serve.

I am 39 years old, father of 2 boys (2 and 6 years). Happily married and live in Queensland with our 2 dogs - both 9 years old.

Aussie Heroes are amazing and it's people like you that continue to put a smile on my mine and ADF member's faces.

Today, RAAF personnel were given one laundry bag each. I am really happy with my bag as this was the one thing I didn't cater for very well. Also I am big footy fan and being from Queensland, the symbol on the bottom left of the laundry bag looks like a 'Q'. 

We are doing training at the Barracks for the next 2 days and then head out to start working with the public.

Take care and God Bless to you and yours.


Good Morning Ben,

Thank you for organising a quilt for Captain. I spoke to the quilt maker, Philomena on Thursday last week and the quilt arrived today. Thank you for the expediency that the quilt was made and arrived.

I had the CO from the Unit present the quilt today. 

Thank you for all you do for our Soldiers, Sailors & Aviators.

Kind Regards


Dear Thelma,

I have recently returned from the Middle East and was overwhelmed to receive the quilt you have made for me. I am glad you are a GOT fan and can appreciate the intricacies of a very involved storyline.

I love it so much and the skill you have is clearly on display. I am humbled by this gift and the thoughtfulness that has gone into it. It will be treasured.

As the news has no doubt been showing, the evacuation has had many highs and lows with the last chapter shortly to end. The ADF continues to do amazing work in the ME and we have now impacted 1,000s of Afghans lives for the better.

Let me thank you again for the support you provide to the ADF (80+ quilts plus LBs!!) and wish you the very best for whatever you get up to.

Kind Regards.


Dear Sue,

Thank you so much. You have blown me away with your talent. The timing was perfect as I had to go into isolation due to COVID and was not allowed to go and socialise. So to receive your blanket and washing bag really made my day. 

Being away from my children is so hard but knowing people really do appreciate us is an amazing feeling. You can tell you put a lot of thought and love into what you do. The addition of the mother and child was such a beautiful touch and really shows you are a wonderful person.

Thank you again.


Dear Sheena,

WOW! I just received your quilt today and you nailed it. It is perfect. Thank you so much. 

I hope you and your family are coping ok with the lockdowns in NSW at the moment. It must be quite a struggle especially for those with children.

Thank you again for the quilt. I really do love it. We all really appreciate the time you guys take to make us feel special.



Dear Toni,

I would like to start by saying how grateful I am for your beautiful laundry bag.

Looking at the care you put into the design and hearing about your amazing fabric collection brought a tear to my eye. My late Mother-In-Law was also an avid sewer and scrap-booker and she always had such a collection of bits and pieces she picked up for sewing.

As a wife I have watched my husband deploy time and time again. This time I leave, my beautiful children in his capable hands as I embark on my 1st overseas deployment. Their courage and strength astounds me and makes the sacrifice all worth it.

I called them to show them the bag you made me. My daughter is a big Harry Potter fan and thought the Phoenix was gorgeous, and my son who loves Outer Space said the space fabric was amazing.

What I look forward to most is going home to them, heading to the beach for a holiday and watching the stars together through our telescope.

Once again, thank you so much for your hard work. Please pass on our thanks to all at Aussie Heroes. It truly makes our day and whole trip to receive your care packages.

With Thanks


Hi Bridget,

I would like to thank you so much for the wonderful, amazing quilt you have created for me. I really did not expect such a wonderful piece.

When I provided all the list of themes, colours etc, I didn't think you would be able to include them all. I thought I would give you lots of options, but I think you have included everyone of my suggestions and have made them all work together in such a beautiful way.

I really must apologise as well. It has taken me some time to sit down and write this thank you letter to you.

I grew up in NSW and am the son of a Vietnam Vet, and although my father never really spoke of his time in the Army, I had always wanted to join the Air Force.

I joined the Air Force at nineteen as a Radio Technician, and a few years later we amalgamated with some other trades and became Avionics Technicians. After my training I as posted to Bomb Disposal and I've been involved in things like ordnance, ejection seats, bomb disposal, explosives safety and governance for the past 20 years.

I am married, with one stepdaughter and two grandchildren. My stepdaughter has adopted me completely as her 'dad', so much so that her father and I both walked her down the aisle at her wedding. We also have a Lhasa Apso and a King Charles Cavalier, both are such characters.

I am amazed at how well you incorporated my themes together. I am very proud to serve in the RAAF and I am sure you can understand that we are currently doing some of our most important work right now here in the Middle East. I think you have absolutely nailed it, bringing all my random colours and themes together.

I am so glad you were able to include the small tree of life. I would like to explain why. On my wife's birthday last year, our son (yes my son but he is the only son I will ever have) was diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer. He was 36 years old at the time with a 10 month old son, our first grandchild, and a wife of three years. He was an arborist, and we had a fairly good Christmas together. Although, he was reacting quite well while on chemo, we lost him earlier this year. When he passed, the hospital put up a small tree of life on his door. It must have been a subtle sign for the staff, but now will always remind me of him.

I hope you can appreciate why it has taken me so long to sit down and write this to you, but I really wanted you to know how much I appreciate your kindness, and the beautiful work that you have created for me. How much it will always mean to me.

Thank you again Bridget, for all the work you do for the Servicemen and women. It is a wonderful feeling to know that people back at home, do think of us, when we are called to carry out our duties, far from home, away from our loved ones.



Good Afternoon Clarissa,

I hope this email finds you well!

I received the laundry bag that you sewed for me, and I can truthfully say that the sentiment of being supported by other Australians is rewarding enough, but the excellent quality of the laundry bag you created for me, is astounding. Thank you very much for taking the time to make such a high quality item.

I found it fascinating reading your background. 

In terms of my background. I am originally from Victoria, where I lived with my father and brother until 2011, when I heard the call of the Army. Eventually, joining the Royal Australian Corps of Transport. Whilst it's been a couple of years since I have visited home with COVID19 lockdowns I  suspect there are many of us waiting for the chance to visit home again.

My hobbies include scuba diving, sky diving, sports of any type and travel both in Australia and abroad. I very much look forward to doing more of all of these once I return home.

I wish you and your entire family all the best into the future, and thank you again for taking the time to think of us who are deployed.

Kind Regards.


Hello Ellen,

I have just received your beautiful quilt that you have made me, and I cannot express how much I love it!

It is absolutely beautiful, and sums me up to a tee.

I am currently deployed on HMAS ANZAC and have now been posted to this vessel since 2019. I have been in the Navy for 5.5 years and love my job and being out at sea.

I was born in Victoria but moved to the country lifestyle in WA when I was 6 years old. I am now 23.

I don't come from a family that has served in the military but myself and my eldest sister are both in the Navy and based in WA.

Thank you for absolutely everything you guys do for us deployed people.

It is amazing to know that people are thinking about us.

Warmest regards and many thanks


Hello Diana,

Thank you for making the quilt for me, it looks awesome. I love it. I will use it at sea on my bunk bed and will remind me of home.

Keep  going with the quilts if you can, they are such a good idea, and mean a lot to people.



Dear Bridget,

Thank you for the laundry bag. I enjoyed reading your letter, it gave me some time to let my mind wander from other aspects of my daily routine at sea.

I am on board HMAS ANZAC and we are doing a deployment to maintain Australia's border and patrol our partners and allies waters from other nations.

I enjoyed reading about your family and life. I joined the Navy to do communications and Information Technology. I talk and coordinate with other ships and nations, and maintain the information network and computer systems on board the ship.

Due to the high tempo, and limited internet connectivity the ship gets at my work, it has been hard to get this thank you email out - but I greatly appreciate the laundry bag and please thank Diana for the quilt. I love it very much.

Thank you


That's all for another week. Hope your week is full of goodness and things to make you happy.

Stay safe, well and happy stitching friends. Alex

Monday 27 September 2021

Request List 27 September 2021

Good morning, here’s today’s list. Is there a Request you can create? Let me know – We’d love to hear from you.  Just before you scroll down to this week’s request List (and please do also read the blurb below) may I say how much I am looking forward to next year’s 10th Anniversary Thank You Dinner!!!  Hotel and Event tickets may be secured via the Home Page of the AHQ blog site.  BOOK NOW!!! Every volunteer welcome to attend - this weekend is for you!

Laundry Bags for the Covid troops are still hugely appreciated and additionally we have an army team abroad who we also hope to supply laundry bags to.  If you are keen to sew bags for these two groups,  please email friendsofAHQ@gmail.com for the dispatch addresses - THANK YOU!!!!

When selecting a request, remember, you do not have to include everything they have asked for.    Footy quilts do not need to have the logo or even the team name. Using the team colours is all that is required. Simple is perfectly acceptable.  A number of these requests have given you favourite colours as well as footy teams or other hobbies and interests.    It is fine to make a quilt using their favourite colours and include only one of their interests.  It is fine to keep it simple.

Thanks also go to our wonderful volunteer Embroidery team who create exquisite embroideries of Corps and Service crests….If the Recipient requests  this inclusion we can arrange one to be sent to you for piecing or applique.

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….i.e. 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.

Cheers for now,

Clarissa and Catherine

Essential info and weekly updates .....

Any queries you might have, please don’t hesitate to contact via the AHQ email as per usual with any queries and we will assist you from there.  We may not know the answer but it will be our pleasure to research and get back to you.  You may find your query is answered by me or one of the admin crew – we are here to support you.  We will be ‘on duty’ in rotation.

A reminder , when  you are ready to post  the quilt or laundry bag you’ve created, please use the PMKeyS number given you in any correspondence with the admin team.  This helps the volunteer admin team keep a track of what’s been sent etc.  The PMKeys number is included in the address details we supply for your recipient e.g.  the 7 digit number in red below. Also, please use the Aussie Heroes P O Box address on your parcel in the event the parcel is Returned to Sender -  the PO Box is a safe place in the event of  any mishaps with postage.

Aussie Hero Quilts (and Laundry Bags)

PO Box 248, Cherrybrook,

NSW 2126

CPL Wanda Quilt 8765432

TG 3456



Sydney NSW 2890


Don’t forget to take a photo of your completed craft, email to AHQ with the name and PMKeyS of the recipient and we can include in the Weekly Dispatches blog and also add to the tally of quilts and laundry bags sent off to the troops.  I personally love viewing the photos of those projects dispatched – so inspiring.

If you are using a AHQ supplied prepaid satchel please kindly use the AHQ address – also for your own packaging – if a parcel is Returned to Sender it is likely we can expedite its journey to the recipient from Sydney.

 Aussie Hero Quilts (and Laundry Bags)

PO Box 248

Cherrybrook  NSW 2126

as the Return / From address on the reverse and also please hold on to the Tracking number – we’ve experienced mail delays lately (haven’t we all?) and having the Tracking number is very reassuring to keep an eye on the parcel’s progress in arriving at its destination.

Don’t forget, if you look at today’s Request List and need help choosing, please feel free to get in touch to discuss, we will be ready to reply and offer guidance by email. Our goal is to help you find a request that you will be comfortable with doing. If you need a crest etc we may be able to post embroideries / printed fabric images or email some of these to you. Helpful info may be gleaned here  http://aussieheroquilts.blogspot.com/2019/07/information-post-for-those-that-sew-for.html    I look forward to seeing the photos of completed quilts and LBs when they are ready to post off.

As aforementioned I will respond to your emails when you respond to select a quilt or laundry bag to sew.  But please don’t delay, make your selection, send your email through, say “Hi”  and let me know what you’d like to sew this week.

Wishing everyone a super week of sewing.

Clarissa, Alex, Courtney, Lisa, Kylie, Catherine, Jan-Maree, Ben, Pamela, Chloe and Veronica

P.P.S.  Don't forget to check out AHQ on the Blog, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter


PRIORITY  Requests  –  13 – 27   are on the must get done list this week. Can you help?  – I’d love your help getting these on their way to forever homes?  We need to have these quilts in the mail by 13 October – thank you!!! 

The post by date for all other Requests on this list is 30 October 2021 please or earlier if you can manage this.  If you cannot make that date, please let me know.   Do reach out if you have any timing issues and we’ll resolve one way or the other. I realise Covid lockdowns are a spanner in the sewing machine!!  And again we must expect mail delays. 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, thank you.  There are a few unloved requests that have been lingering  - if you can help with one of these please email me .....mostly early numbers on the list. 

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… 

Decoding The Columns

The first column is the theme or preferences requested.

The second column indicates 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


Please let the Admin crew know if you have any other questions....Just email friendsofahq@gmail.com

Remember - If the recipient has requested, I will arrange an embroidered crest for you to piece / applique. ...e.g. Rising Sun, RAAF , crest, RAN crest, Skippy (Infantry) badge, RACT, RAAOC, RAAMC, Signals, RAE, RAEME , Boxing Kangaroo, Centenary RAAF, Medic, Tri-Service etc . Additionally, if you prefer not to applique, we can arrange an embroidered text patch if there's lengthy wording the recipient has requested. We can also offer pics of military themes incl aircraft silhouettes and ships which are fabulous for applique

Covid 19 laundry bags Far North Queensland

LBs for Butterworth, Malaysia

LBs for Covid Assist September 21

Hobbies are trekking, gardening and reading books. Any designs with beaches or of nature will do.

Laundry Bag - sportsbet on one side, Ladbrokes on the other.
Lilo and Stitch themed with some beac
h elements (palm trees, frangipanis, the hibiscus etc) on it! Thank you very much!

Army Camo Pattern with the three family names on it, please

dragonball z (goku and friends), vans of the wall and Jordan jumpman logo, my nickname "XXXXXX".

LB - Bob Marley, motorcycles.

Army Nursing Officer. His favourite colour is green. And loves ‘Toothless’ from how to train your dragon. He is quite fond of Slytherin from harry potter also.

Blue Hawaiian Print (top 2/3 of bag)
Australian National Flag with initials beneath, plain black background.

Member of RAE - RAE Colours (Blue and Red) and Corps Badge.
Hobbies include socialising, horse racing, rugby union, golf, skiing and cricket.
Red cattle dog, if that provides any inspiration.

Ocean, Beach, Scuba diving, Poppies, Southern Cross, Blue, Red, Black, White

Anything to do with the water/beach. I like yellow/pink/blue/orange/purple!

Rugby Union, Motorbikes, Music, dogs, blue.

Crossfit, Gym, Dogs, Pink, 4WDs

AFL, Surfing, Fishing

Tropical theme and water + RAN crest

Beach, palm trees, jeep wrangler

Blues/greens, loves forest and mountains in the hinterlands of South East Queensland. Has worked with C-17A Globemaster, KC-30A refueller and C-27J Spartan

Melbourne Storm, NY Yankees, Essendon Bombers, New England PatriotsMB21
Maroon and Yellow, ARMY, Rising Sun, Royal Australian Armoured Corps (RAAC)

"Laundry Bag - C-130J Hercules, Middle East, Afghanistan, Iraq, grey and tan.

Quilt - Mazda RX3 (coupe) car, Mazda rotary engines, Mazda rotary symbol, blue, white and grey."

RAAF crest, aviation, military, Australia, Rick and Morty etc

Lego, Rising Sun, Blue, yellow and black, Corps logo. Laundry Bag: Captain Morgan, Anchor, purple, blue and yel
low rope.
Could I please get the brown/white/green/yellow/red colours of Penrith Panthers in a pastel theme and the panther emblem. If possible could I also get a two C130 Hercules flying with the sunset over some palm trees a camel and a kangaroo.

favourite colour is blue, I like the powder blue skies we have here over the desert sands. I've also spent a lot of time flying over the ocean around here.
The red poppies used as edging also looks great.

Pink Floyd - electric guitars

Geek or nerd/ computer related if any. Black/Blue with writing "Op Accordion 2021"

Army Green quilt and bag with Army written in bold black letters with various rifle and pistol pictures please

Army Green quilt and bag with Nickname written in bold black letters on the side, please



Blue, fishing, cars





Australian Flag, Rising Sun, RACT CREST, the UN Logo, the South Sudanese colours, UN Colours, African colours and patterns. If not too much trouble, I would really like a small patch / section with my PMKeys Number, rank and name.

Australian Animals, The Beach, Sea animals and (red)

Hobbies:- PC Gaming, Lego, CrossFit. Colours:- Red, green, black.

ANZAC, text "JTF633", Army, RACT badge, Sunrise

Unicorns, rainbows and mermaids please

anything water related - swimming, surfing and kayaking.
love the poppy designs I've seen

Baby blue, baby pink, rusty orange.
Camels, desert theme, palm trees.

Surfing,Crossfit, Carlton AFL club/ Black, aqua green.

Airforce crest, Diesel Mechanic,

Anything Australian theme: such as the Outback, Russell Coight, cliffs, waterfalls, dirt bikes, palm trees, boab trees, helicopter, windmill, Australian flag, holden, utes, 4wd, camping, fishing mountain biking, Bundy rum

world travelFB49
Sky blue with Manchester City Football Club logoMB50
Mountains, hiking, skiing - Black, White, GreenMB51
Middle East theme(camels), RAAF crest, RAAF Roundel with details

military working dogs and puppies. Aircraft KC30a

I would love an Army theme with a dash of pink. Rising Sun

Southern cross made on blue fabrics and as a special touch I’d absolutely love a small Afghan flag/ colours in one of the corners. (we can send you a small Afghan flag to include)

military nursing.
I’m sure the quilt will be beautiful.

Text "AFGHANISTAN NEO 2021", "3 CSR", Army rising sun, Australian and Afghanistan Flag. These are some ideas - any mix would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much

something with blue, dark red, a pride rainbow, the medical red cross and maybe some Aircraft. We use the C-17, C-27, C-130, and the KC-30.
We both enjoy camping and spending time with our dogs, a Boston Terrier and an Australian Cattle dog cross . Nickname- "XXXXXX"

Afghanistan evacuation effort- C130 Pilot so silhouette would be good.

A Medical and largely Naval theme is preferred. Caduceus with Roman X beneath, My rate badge

RAANC nursing and Army theme please (we can provide the Rising Sun and RAANC badges as embroideries)

Would love something that incorporates his love of plaques (enjoys reading plaques on walks and loves history). Australian wildlife- quokkas. Also enjoys science fiction, especially Star Wars, Star Trek and of course the comic book movies both Marvel and DC.

Anything COVID 19 related. Being a medic, surfing

Anything COVID 19 related. Blue. Being a paramedic.

Anything COVID 19 related. Pink. Family, kids

Anything COVID 19 related. Pink. Babies, guitars

Anything COVID 19 related. Blue - family/kids

Anything COVID 19 related. Pink - family/kids

Anything COVID 19 related. Blue - fishing, family

Anything COVID 19 related. Blue - surfing,

Blue ( Favourite colour + Red Cross )

Any Army, medical and ANZAC theme related would be great.

loves outdoors / mindfulness-corps Crest

loves travel-Corps Cres

ANZAC/ Operation Taji IV/ Medic orientated quilt please?

Rising Sun, Army, Dental, or Australian Themes. But I do prefer cool colour, such as blue, green, purple, even black.

loves basketball-Corps Crest

I am an Army Psychologist with a keen interest in sport and fitness. Like colours on the blue/green spectrum.

I would love the southern cross on there, maybe some blue, maybe some red + Poppies

RAAMC symbol and military theme. Royal Australian Army Medical Corps badge and colours are red and grey. ( We can provide the Royal Australian Army Medical Corps badge as an embroidery)

sea, coastal, Navy, Australia possibly with a bit of medical?

Has a pug and loves her dog, also a flight nurse so loves RAAF aeroplanes,

has two dachshunds, loves quizzes, medical, travel.FQ83
an army medic/army helicopter medic
 theme would be great (or something along those lines).

Anything COVID 19 related. Blue. Being a paramedic.

My whole world is aeromedical evacuation both in my civilian and military roles + AME Team badge

Could I please kindly request a quilt to be made with the title "xxxxxxx", the RAAMC badge, the red cross and a sand coloured F150 Ford ute with the word "AUS" written across the side of the doors.

Blue / RAN theme + Caduceus - Navy Health

Blue / RAN theme + Caduceus - Navy Health

Blue / RAN theme + Caduceus - Navy Health

Blue / RAN theme + Caduceus - Navy Health

Blue / RAN theme + Caduceus - Navy Health

I would love a quilt with light baby colours or with dogs (I do have a soft spot for Kelpies and Border Collies) – but I am honestly not picky if there isn’t any of those designs/colours.

Anything but I love Union Jack and blue is my favourite colour.

I was a medic for 17 years before commissioning as a Nursing Officer at the end of last year. So something that shows my history as a medic and now as a nurse would be great.

I have a strong sentiment for Anzac Day and Remembrance Day and get rather emotional during any formal parade. I would like something that sums up my service in the Army and ADF as a whole.

Blue, C130J, Parramatta Eels (NRL), Blue Mountains, Nature

Red, C130J, HSV, Nature (Wildlife), National Geographic, Baseball

Blue, C130J, Sports Cars, Turtles, Beach, Blue Mountains, Space

I love bright colours, rainbows, loud prints etc with my fave colours being red, purple, blue and green.
My interests include lifting heavy weights (think Arnold Schwarzenegger flexing), roller skating, music (playing piano and singing), pin up style models and cats / dogs.
Would love a theme with the medical cross on it, Aussie flag, poppies, southern cross or similar.

if it could relate to my time in defence or include poppies or anything that relates to the RAAF. I work on the KC-30A. Therefore maybe a plane on them would be amazing.

Happy for the laundry bag to be the same theme or I also have my own kombi van and having the laundry bag include that would be unique and personal.

Australian Flag, Carlton Blues Football Club, Puppy dogs, Unicorns, Super Mario, Colours - Blue, Pink

Fauna (no snakes please!) and flora of tropical North Queensland - eg: cassowaries, parrots, palm trees, tropical flowers, rainforest, different colourful parrots, beach scene etc. Dessert and Camels : with the name "Air Task Group 630" Dates " 2018-19' "2021" : E7A Wedgetail, C-130J Hercules, C-17A Globemaster, KC-30 Tanker (We can supply silhouettes and embroidery)

*Anzac themed for Quilt
*Astronomy themed for LB

*Blue Favourite colour

different patterns of colourful aboriginal art.

Quilt with different coloured poppies

Red Kangaroo and RAAF/Australian theme please.

LB Initials P.E the colour blue

Quilt: Colour Blue/purple, fishing, swimming beach style.

Adelaide Crows

Nurse theme, poppies, I love heart
 surgery, overseas travel and history. (Modern/Australian/war)

I am a member of (RAEME). Colours are blue, yellow, red (from top to bottom). Mechanic- love Holden!. Nickname "XXXXX" to be included. Some poppies please

Retirement quilt: Submarines, Red Wine, Jolly Roger (Skull & Bones), Union Jack (to represent Royal navy time) (We can supply embroidered Submariners badge and Union Jack)

Anything Army, rising sun (we can provide embroidery) and AAPsych Corps (picture available). Collingwood AFL-(black and white). I love sunflowers.

Melbourne Storm (rugby league team), The beach

I would really love air force and nurse theme if possible as that is what I am.

love an ocean theme... water and a sunset or sunrise or underwater theme with sea creatures.

ocean animals eg. sea turtles, whales on the bag and African elephants and sunsets on the quilt please!

Doctor Who/space themed Laundry bag
and a TARDIS quilt

Green - design images as murra quilt

BMW superbikes or any sports bikes

Blue and white with some yellow sunflowers please

Magic, Cards, Magic hat, Magic wand

New Zealand Warriors NRL team.

Our Motto is “To Serve and Provide”. Favourite Colour: Black, Green, White.
Hobbies: Being the Captain of Sirius. Pattern suggestions could be Norfolk Pine, HMS Sirius Tall Ship, HMAS Sirius Silhouette, Norfolk Island Silhouette….
olives, cheese, anything mechanical looking

sunflowers or daisies (some form of yellow flower)

"HMAS Sirius, our Replenishment Ship. She is named after the Star Sirius which is the brightest star in the southern hemisphere and was the flag ship of the first fleet which eventually grounded at Norfolk Island.
Our Motto is “To Serve and Provide” Or Rick and Morty cartoon"

Music (I play piano and guitar), I like darker colours – Blues, black, green etc

mountain biking, having a glass of rum or gin and favourite colours would be blue, orange and dark purple

Mermaid or Underwater Ocean themed

Pastels colours of a rainbow please.

Star Wars.

Animal - Siberian Husky/Wolf

"Millennium Flacon/Star Wars Quilt & Yoda Bag

bright / rainbow colours

Pug dogs and or Lego

whales and sea life on it? I’m quite a fan of the ocean and blues

Australiana, Bush, Outback, Horses etc

ocean with a beautiful sunset with a breaching whale and sailing ship.

Minions ( Cartoon )

beaches, surfing

I would prefer an army medic theme maybe with some poppy flowers too? I’m pretty easy with the design though, happy for them to use their creative mind.FQ144