"When I had worked the pattern I found the mercerized cotton I had bought..." / designed and printed by the Womens (sic) Domestic Needlework GroupSydney, N.S.W. : Women's Domestic Needlework Group, 1979Description: 1 poster : colour ; 79 x 52 cmContent type:
- still image, text
|Item type||Current library||Call number||Copy number||Status||Date due||Barcode|
|Poster||Jessie Street National Women's Library General Stacks||P 1093 (Browse shelf(Opens below))||1||Available for reference in the library (Available for research in the library)||96093|
|Poster Duplicate||Jessie Street National Women's Library General Stacks||P DUP 1093 (Browse shelf(Opens below))||2||Available for reference in the library (Available for research in the library)||90025|
Poster Seven in a series of ten posters designed and printed by the Women's Domestic Needlework Group, Sydney 1979. Assisted by the Crafts Board, Australia Council."
Title is taken from the quote by Mrs, Dyson of Shepparton, 1912 which appears on the poster.
The posters were designed for the exhibition 'The D'oyley Show' at the Watters Gallery, Sydney in 1979. People involved in the production of the posters included Marie McMahon, Frances Phoenix, Earthworks Poster Collective.
The Library holds a copy of the catalogue for the exhibition.
Images of crockery, thread and triangular crochet pieces on a green background. Orange crochet-style border, text in black.