Friday, 29 October 2021

Weekly Dispatches - 29th Oct 2021

   Happy Friday!!!

WOW! Another Friday, and almost another month here! That means it must be time for another installment of all the wonderful quilts and laundry bags on their way to their new homes both near and far!

Super excited to see what wacky and wonderful ideas our recipients have put together, and how it gets translated into the amazing works of art that you all put together week in, week out! I wish I had even just a quarter of the talent!

Please enjoy!!!


This year so far we have sent off 1116 quilts 

and that has brought our total since we started to 13911

We have also sent off 2817 laundry bags, bringing our total since we started to over 32511 laundry bags.

Bobbie S, Mystery Block of the Month group and Philomena

Ann S

Ann S

Anne H - 6 Laundry Bags

Cathie J

Gail W

Gail W

Helen W - 10 Laundry Bags

Helen W - 10 Laundry Bags

Jen L

Jen L

Jenny P

Jenny P

Joan H - 3 Laundry bags

Laura C

Sally R

Sally R

Bridget R

Clarissa L

Ellen N

Jenny P Emb by Kay W

Lyn R

Noelene W

Sonia J - 4 Laundry Bags

Sonia J - 3 Laundry Bags

Sonia J - 4 Laundry Bags

Top by Angela T, quilted by Philomena




Toni Emb by Pennie T


What more needs to be said, just WOW and THANK YOU! 

Till next week....

Tuesday, 26 October 2021

Grati -Tuesday 26th October 2021

                                  Some wonderfully inspiring and heartwarming letters and emails received.                                                               

                                                           Lovely to read and so motivating! 

                                        I wish I was talented as those of you creative souls! For now, I'm happy to be able to be apart of the happiness and preparing these blogs each week.


Good Morning Anne,

I cannot thank you enough for the time and effort you and all the team at Aussie Hero Quilts put into making the quilts and laundry bag for Australian Defence Force members, they are such a morale booster when on operations, and give us a little piece of Australia to take us wherever we go.



Hello Anne,

Firstly, I apologise for the delay in replying to your letter. I have been a little busy this year and only just received your package containing my quilt at the end of August. 

I would like to secondly like to say thank you so much for the quilt you interpreted, designed and created from me from my request description. I appreciate wholeheartedly the time and efforts you took into making it, quote myself "I LOVE IT!".

In response to your question about the white bucket hat, I own a white towel bucket hat that I cherish since the day day I brought it back in 2017 and it has travelled with me everywhere including on Operations. 

A little about myself; I am Registered Nurse in Queensland, and yes, I've been an RN for approximately 9 years. As you've seen recently deployed to the Middle East earlier this year. Unfortunately the quilt did not make it over in time prior to Aust. troops retrograding from country. However, by chance I recently returned to Aust. base in the Middle East Region (MER) and when I went into the Post Office, my quilt was waiting for me. My recent return to the MER was being a part of the Combat Team who deployed back to the Middle East in order to assist with the Evacuation. 

When I opened my parcel I was very excited to see your creation, I love how you've blended all the colours and symbols. I sent the quilt to myself from the MER and look forward to it arriving back in Aust and find a place for it to live, either couch or bed, it's a big decision. 

Once again, Anne thanks to yourself and all of the wonderful team at Aussie Hero Quilts. I, for one, appreciate all the work you all do and to see what creations you all come up with. It's good to see the art of quilt making still alive and kicking. I can only knit myself, but I believe we need to keep these crafts alive.


Dear Jan-Maree, Lynn F and your Mystery Group, Alison and Kerri B,

I want to sincerely thank you for the beautiful quilt you made. We were able to present it to him last Sunday. I am currently writing this "Thank you" as he is in hospital in Victoria, in fact he was admitted two days after the presentation of the quilt. So consequently it was great timing for the presentation and I'm sure it helped him feel so much better knowing you lovely volunteers recognise service men and women and four legged troops and how proud his family are of him.

We were able to organise a zoom conference with his son-in-law, his  his daughters and son-in-laws, and grandchildren. 

He found it very emotional as it all was a surprise - he had no idea about the quilt. 

The precious quilt sits on his recliner in anticipation of his return from hospital; hopefully towards the end of next week. I have included our own citations (from our daughters, son-in-law and myself), which we included in the presentation, just for your interest. 

Secretly, I had planned a more public presentation and local paper was to be in attendance. A previous recipient of one of your beautiful quilts had kindly volunteered to visit and make it an even more special occasion. Unfortunately, COVID put a stop to all that.

Nevertheless, it was a precious time, we will all remember. 

Thank you ladies for making it so special.

Once again, myself and our family, thank you for honouring his service.

Yours Sincerely,


Hello Lisa,

I have received both my beautiful laundry bag and quilt.

Thank you and the quilters SO MUCH I love them.

I am going to write back to the lovely ladies and thank them personally, it was so nice to also receive a letter from both of them.

I'm old school and like to write a letter or blank card to send in the mail.

I will make the time this weekend to pen a few nice words.

You are amazing ladies.

Thank you for all the smiles you put on our faces when we open our parcels.

Kind Regards


Good Afternoon Ellen,

I am one of the lucky Defence Force Personnel to receive a laundry bag. I like to thank you for taking the time for making such a wonderful gift.

I have been in the Navy for over 5 years now and I come from a long line of Defence Personnel.

My Great Grandfather, Grandfather, Great Uncle, Uncle, and cousin just to name a few.

My chosen category was Maritime Logistics Support Operations and a part of my training requirement is to become a Ships Medical Emergency Team (SMET).

During my career I have assisted with meetings with all world leaders, participated in the first Indigo Pacific Endeavour Exercise on Board HMAS Adelaide, decommissioned HMAS Newcastle and assisted on COVID ASSIST, and finally had the pleasure to be present on ANZAC Day in 2021, when the first public outing of the first ever Victoria Cross for the Navy was presented with his family members.

I have been posted to HMAS Cerebus, HMAS Penguin, HMAS Kuttabul, HMAS Cairns, Townsville RAAF, HMAS Watson, HMAS Adelaide, HMAS Newcastle.

Thank you again, for your kind gesture.

Kind Regards


Good Afternoon Lyn,

I hope this email finds you well.

I just wanted to say thank you for the quilt that you have made for me. I could imagine Tasmania is cold this time of year, once COVID restrictions are up, I do intend on going there for a holiday. The quilt will definitely come handy there as well.

It's really good fishing in the NT, I think it's one of the best spots in all of Australia. I'm originally from Western Australia. It's not the best fishing there, but really good for crabbing. I was talking to an English man a few years ago, he had been living in the same area I'm from for about 50 years if I remember correctly. He taught me a good fishing tip for catching crabs. He taught me to grab a woman's leg stocking, cut the foot off and cut holes into the stocking. 

After cutting holds in the stocking, tie your fishing line (without the tackle) in the middle of the stocking and place bait in it where the knots sits. Once you drop your line, the bait will remain in it's place as it's heavier than the stocking. When crabs eat, they spread their legs, therefore getting caught within the holes of the stocking. I have never forgotten that trick he had taught me.

Again, I wish to express my upmost gratitude and appreciation towards the quilt you have made me and letter you wrote. It had indeed put a smile on my face.

Thank you

I hope to hear back from you


Dear Ruth,

Thank you very much indeed for the laundry bag, incredible design and effort on your part.

Everyone who has seen it is very impressed, as I am, thanks and don't stress on the Aust Post side of things.

Your beautiful quilt get there.

Kind Regards


From the Instagram Page:

A massive shout out and thank you to the volunteers at AHQ for creating this masterpiece. A few months done and more to go, before I touch down on home soil".


Dear Ruth,

I kindly thank you so much for the homemade laundry bag you gave me. I love the animals, especially the magpies!

Your story in my card you have given me is precious. 

Keep up the good work.

I hope you are doing well.


Good Morning Lynn,

Thank you so very much for the beautiful quilt that I received yesterday at work.

Quilts are a fascinating item and are able to be handed down to the next generation.

I will soon be a grandfather for the first time in February which I am very excited to meet the little bean for the first time.

I keep on telling myself I have one more year left of Service to my country which I will look back on with great pride and will also incorporate my career in Nursing that has spanned over 40 years.

It is my intent to retire to NSW where my sister lives and I will have more time to paint and watch my veggies grow.

Thank you so very much for the beautiful quilt that will be cherished for generations to come.

Kindest Regards


Good Afternoon Debra and family,

I hope this finds you well.

I apologise for not getting back to you sooner, it has been really busy over here and today I am replying to all my mail!

I was so happy when it arrived!

Winter time for you but Summer time for me and dear me, I do miss Winter. It's about to hit 50+ in the month of August and our air con has broken down in our warehouse, so it's not fun at all.

I am so grateful for the quilt you have made me.

I am a logistics role over here, sending equipment back to Australia as we are drawing down from the Middle East. Wide range of equipment like computers, sig equipment, vehicles and much more random bits and things, sorry it's kind of hard trying to explain the type of equipment, we deal with on a day to day basis it always changes.

I just wanted to say thank you so so much for the quilt. Thank you for all your hard work and well done on making 73 quilts for other Soldiers.

I hope you have a wonderful Christmas and Happy New Year!

Kindest Regards


Good Morning Margaret,

Thank you so much for your two parcels of laundry bags and lovely note. They went like the proverbial 'hot cakes'. We've had in excess of 5,000 bags handed out to Army, Navy and Air Force since COVID began and the big message which touches our members is people in our community thoroughly appreciate the efforts and differences they are making. I've met several of the Aussie Heroes team, gents as well as ladies, and they're all open hearted, generous people. I've been privileged to give out a few quilts to very deserving recipients and have received one myself which I treasure. I've also been given two very special laundry bags.

I moved from the country, where it is mainly dairy farming, but there are some cross breed sheep as well. My daughter-in-law is from the country, so my son drives down there a few times a year. We have our 13th grandchild due later this year, which will be wonderful, but it's hard not being able to see them in person. Hopefully, this Christmas will be a special one for us all.

The chaplains are out there with our troops and always brining encouragement and a friendly face which is an incredible privilege. 

May God continue to bless and keep you fit and well and please, keep sewing.


Dear Bridget,

Thank you very much for the amazing gift I received from you. I can't call the masterpiece of your hands a laundry bag; it is so nice that I am reluctant to put laundry into it. I am included to put my pillow into it and show my friends.

But the main thing is that you really warmed my soul. I also enjoyed reading your letter with a short word picture of your family. 

May God bless you and prosper in all things.

Yours Sincerely.


Dear Rachel and Keryn,

I literally just received the quilt and laundry bag that you both made for me and I absolutely love them!

The quilt is perfect. It captures the Navy, Nursing teddy bear theme I wanted. My 9 year old son saw it and tried to claim it for his own.

The laundry bag is also perfect. My 11 year old loves the pink nurse side. She didn't realise it had other patches on it as well.

Thank you so much for making these. I am truly grateful for your hard work.



Hey Lisa,

Just letting you know my quilt arrived yesterday and I could not be happier. I absolutely love it.

I have replied to Deidre to her personal email in response to her letter and to say a MASSIVE thank you.


Well that's all friends, have a great safe week, wherever you are reading from and keep smiling!

Monday, 25 October 2021

Request List 25 October 2021

Good morning,   Another week of interesting requests and designs to create. Can you take on a quilt or laundry bag project this week?    Please EMAIL and Catherine  or I will be pleased to assist you with the Recipient’s details. Hope to hear from you soon.

Don’t forget to check out the details for next year’s 10th Anniversary Thank You Dinner? It will be an  awesome time of Aussie Hero quilting fun and enjoyment.  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!

Do you like to sew Laundry Bags?  We are supporting  an army team abroad by way of supplying laundry bags to.  If you are keen to sew bags for this group,  please email for the dispatch address - 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 goes 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 in 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

p.s. Given that there’s been so much delay with the mail over this year or so I am wondering if those who’ve used a Aus Post pre-paid satchel could check  the Aus Post tracker to determine if the parcel has been delivered. If not,  we have the opportunity to request Aus Post follow up the whereabouts of the item…but only if the tracking number (see the pink detachable sticker on the satchels) has been kept.

To that end, please always keep the pink tracking sticker and ask the Post Office to scan the parcel’s details when it is dropped  it off; please also request a printed tracking receipt. 

I have an Aus Post app on my phone and, scanning the QR code on each satchel using the smart phone camera, all I have to do is type in the name of the recipient and I can track the parcel via my phone.

I’ve love to hear the outcome of these checks and share success tips.  If tracking assistance needed to chase up the whereabouts of any missing item please  check in with your post office....they should be scanning every parcel posted in a prepaid satchel. 

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    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  -   Quilts 12-15  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  12 November – thank you!!! 

The post by date for all other Requests on this list is 27 November 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. seems mail delays will be part of life for some time to come. 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

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, 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 applique0
LBs for Butterworth

LB- Barbie

Sky blue with Manchester City Football Club logo

The RAAF crest would be great with health caduceus. Favourite colour is green and purple

"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” We can offer an embroidery

Newcastle Knights, Minnesota Timberwolves, Home Brew Beer, Fishing, White bulldog (if possible)MLB9
Initials 'SM' on front of bag. Lilo and Stitch themed with some beach elements (palm trees, frangipanis, the hibiscus etc) on it! Thank you very much!FLB10
New Zealand Warriors NRL team (Green Blue White)

Crossfit, Gym, Dogs, Pink, 4WDs

Beach, palm trees, jeep wrangler

"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."

ANZAC, "JTF633", Army, RACT badge, Sunrise (We can provide the text as an embroidery and we can also provide an embroidered RACT badge)

include army, Australiana, RAAMC badge and 3HSB (if possible) and something symbolic of health services, as I am a (covid vaccinating and caring) pharmacist and nurse.

Australian Flag, Poppies, Medical Insignia or a Red Cross as I am a current serving Medic.

Anything COVID 19 related e.g. facemask, caduceus. Blue. Being a paramedic.

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

ANZAC/ Operation Taji IV/ Medic orientated quilt please?

Rising Sun, Army, Dental, or Australian Themes. Cool colours, such as blue, green, purple, even black.

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)

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

I was an Army 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.

Anything COVID 19 related e.g. facemask, caduceus. Being a medic, surfing

I would love a quilt with light baby colours or with dogs (I do have a soft spot for Kelpies and Border Collies) . We have an embroidery to offer

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

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

"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 (we can provide text as an embroidery, as well as the Rising Sun crest and Afghan flags embroidery panel)FQ29
I would love an Army theme with a dash of pink. Rising Sun crest (we can supply)FQ30
military working dogs and puppies. Aircraft KC30aFB31
My whole world is aeromedical evacuation both in my civilian and military roles.(AME Team badge- we can supply)MB32
Blue , COVID 19 related - eg facemasks/caduceus/ medical. Being a paramedic.MQ33
Blue + a Red Cross, thank youMQ34
Anything COVID 19 related e.g. facemasks/caduceus/ medical. Blue - surfing,MQ35
Anything COVID 19 related e.g. facemasks/caduceus/ medical. Blue - fishing, familyMQ36
Anything COVID 19 related eg facemasks/caduceus/ medical. Blue - family/kidsMQ37
Anything COVID 19 related eg facemasks/caduceus/ medical. Pink. Babies, guitarsFQ38
RAN Chaplaincy Crest (we can supply emb crest), subtle maple leaves (Canadian) and native flowers (Australian), small white cross with 'always loved... never forgotten... forever missed...' (we can supply an emb patch), shades of blues and white.MQ39
Australian Army Psychology Corp , Rising Sun (we can supply), brain or head with flowers bursting out, to include some poppies, Pastel colours.

Emb patch - CWO JHC , Joint Health Command (picture -OK to applique), RAAMC crest (we can supply), subtle poppies, shades of green.

Emb patch SGADF / CJHLTH with two white five point stars , Joint Health Command (picture - OO to applique), Navy crest (We can supply), - shades of blue. caduceus or red cross

neutral colour scheme, historical/ vintage patterns if possible but still neutral colour scheme.

Navy Health Services theme please - we have a printed crest and caduceus to offer (Not RAAMC or RAANC).

Tri-Service/Nurse theme

Airforce (RAAF crest we can supply) /Nurse theme

Australiana + RAANC nursing crest (We can supply)

Poppies, RAAF crest (We can supply), KC-30A. plane - amazing.

Happy for the laundry bag to be the same theme or I also have my own aqua blue kombi van and having the laundry bag include that would be unique and personal.
loves outdoors / mindfulness - Psychology Crest (we can provide Psych crest as a printed to fabric piece)FQ49
RAAF crest, aviation, military, Australia, Rick and Morty etcMQ51
Pink Floyd - electric guitarsMQ52
Geek or nerd/ computer related if any. Black/Blue with writing "Op Accordion 2021"MQ53
Baby blue, baby pink, rusty orange.
Camels, desert theme, palm trees.
Japanese Samurai, Black, blue, gaming, carsMB55
Cigars, shisha and having a laugh with the boysMB56
Black and Grey colours, Loadmaster Brevet, C-130J Hercules, RAAF, No.37 Sqn. (An embroidery we can supply ) + PoppiesMQ57
Request a checkerboard pattern (prefer hexagons) with a range of sea animals, land animals, princesses, aeroplanes and random colours/patterns/textures. Request family names on a separate tile each somewhere in the quilt. Happy with any range of colours and textures. Thank youMQ58
Black and red colours. Star Wars. Loadmaster Brevet (we can supply a picture). AMAB 2021. Camel. C-130J Hercules.MQ59
Hobbies:- PC Gaming, Lego, CrossFit. Colours:- Red, green, black.MB60
anything water related - swimming, surfing and kayaking.
Mountains, hiking, skiing - Black, White, GreenMB62
Quilt - Anime - (Naruto, Full Metal Alchemist, My Hero Academia, Hajime No Ippo, Hunter X Hunter, haikyuu) - Black/White/Red/Orange

Initials on laundry bag. I also like tropical climate(palm trees, ocean) , sunset and beach volleyball. Also like the colour Black


Green - characters from internet memes (images available)

BMW superbikes or any sports bikes

olives, cheese, anything mechanical looking

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

Pug dogs and / or Lego

Australiana, Bush, Outback, Horses etc (We have a stunning floral embroidery to offer)

beaches, surfing




Airforce crest, Diesel Mechanic, Text "MEOMS"MB77
Motorbike themed- road bikes, KTM and Kawasaki.
Favourite colours: Black, blue, green and red
Disliked colours: Brown, yellow and pink
Favourite colours sky blue, purple, white. Hobbies - fishing, boating, camping and travelling etcMB79
Army Green quilt and bag with Army written in bold black letters with various rifle and pistol pictures pleaseMB80
Melbourne Storm (rugby league team), The beachMB81
Lego, Harry Potter, PokΓ©mon, NQLD Cowboys, Black, Red, Bundaberg Rum

Middle East theme (camels) (We have a fab camel embroidery to offer) , RAAF crest, RAAF Roundel with details

Could I please kindly request a quilt to be made with the title "GTA KABUL", 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, C130J, Parramatta Eels (NRL), Blue Mountains, Nature

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

Poppies on a black background

The Fast and The Furious Movies, American Muscle Cars, Coronas

Monster Trucks, Green

Hound Dogs or Wallace and Grommit

Leeds United Football Club

Liverpool Football Club, Brisbane Lions (AFL Blue, Maroon and Gold)

LB- Minions Quilt - Disney Characters

Tropical Rainforest theme

Sydney Roosters NRL Team (RED, white and Blue)

Mario theme

Tetris, if possible a "Double T-spin cannon" set-up with a T-piece as the piece falling would be nice, otherwise Tetris pieces is fine.

Australia, Navy, ANZAC, HMAS Anzac, Green / Gold

Favourite colour is Maroon due to my love of Queensland State of Origin Rugby League

Quilt: Golden Retrievers LB: Ocean and Waves

LB: Mitsubishi G4M Bomber Aircraft Quilt: Mitsubishi G3M Bomber Aircraft (Both Quilt and Bag in WW2 Aircraft theme if the specific one are not able to obtain please)

Quilt: Blue, Ships

McLaren F1 Theme

Corona beer

Q: Dragonball z kids tv show

Golden retrievers with pastel colours if possible! Thank you!

"Batman - Dark Knight Movie and the Joker" theme. Dark colours scheme, black, yellow, red for batman. Purple, green, white for the joker. If possible words "WHY SO SERIOUS" near Joker and the words "I AM BATMAN" near Batman

Charizard/Blastoise Pokemon Trading Card for both quilt and bag (one character on either side)

Flamingos/ tropical theme, colours to complement on the quilt please.

Australian Red Cattle Dog theme

Anime Naruto,

Outback/Central Australia, Carlton AFL Team, Navy Ships, Sunsets/ SunriseMQ121
Firefighting, Scuba Diving, Driving Ships

AFL, Carlton AFL Team, Sunset, Beers, Golf

VB, sunsets, beach, North Melbourne (AFL), Crustaceans

West Coast Eagles/ Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Quilt. I'd like WCE with the original logo with yellow and blue and Manly logo with Maroon and white.

No clear concept, hobbies/interests include: Hunting (Magpie geese/ducks, goats, deer), my Chesapeake bay retriever (dog), clark kent, favourite colour blue.

Sydney Roosters NRL Team, beach, sunset, colour: blue
Aust Army / ANZAC Theme