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Panel 92: Gum Tree.
This is the only panel not on linen. It is petit point worked without a pattern on 18tpi single canvas in standard DMC cottons, blocked and backed with heavy acid-free
Panel 77: Roy Ashton Steer Painting.
Technique: fabric overlays, hand dyed silk, applique and free stitchery. Worked by Maree Garstang. For further information please refer to Masterton Library Wall Hanging: a social history in threads, compiled
Panel 79: Birds and berries.
Technique: chain stitch and stem stitch with stranded cotton. Felt leaves, berries, flax and branches. Worked by Jean Kelynack (nee Fraser). Born in 1917 at Timaru and educated at Taiko
Maureen at Issue Desk.
Maureen Bull pictured issuing a book at the end of her final desk shift. Fittingly the book was a motorcycle manual.
Maureen's farewell speech.
Maureen Bull pictured speaking at her farewell function, while husband Glen Bull loooks on.