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October 03, 2017

Mary McGrath, Wendy Currey, Gwen Ranson and Jean Miles at GV West CWA Group's annual exhibition.

A steady flow of people enjoyed a Creative Arts Exhibition at Victory Hall, Tatura, during the weekend.

Sisters Annalise Gray, 6, Elliana Gray, 8, learn to spin wool with Beatrice Greaves at Victory Hall, Tatura.

Jan Perry, Carole Craik and Delphine Minns check out the exhibition items.

Knitting steward Judith Poole.

Mandy Perkins, Shirley Harrison and Melvie Darby at the exhibition on Sunday.

Katherine Wagner, 12, Klara Fennell, 12, and Charlette Gray, 12 sell cupcakes.

Seven Country Women Association branches gathered in Tatura during the weekend for their annual Creative Arts Exhibition.

The Goulburn Valley West groups pitted their best embroiders, artists, crocheters, photographers, cooks, sewers, knitters and horticulturalists against one another to see who would end up on top.

‘‘We had a steady flow of onlookers over the weekend... (the event was) a chance to show off some of our talented members,’’ GV West CWA group president Lyn Trezise said.

On display at the event was close to 60 bed covers, which have been quilted together by a number of branch members for the Kyabram nursing home.

‘‘Jean Miles was the main lady to bring all the branches together to provide all the fabric,’’ Ms Trezise said.

Ms Trezise said like last year, the Devonshire tea was a big hit.

This year was also the first time the exhibition allowed people to buy goods on show.

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