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11 to 20 of 542 quilts

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[ 20BHS ] Quilt Style: Wholecloth, Embroidered and/or Appliqued, Signature
Owner: Berry & District Historical Society  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: 1906
Story of Quilt: "Ida Lewers was unmarried and kept house for her brother Thomas Ross Lewers who was the doctor in Berry until his death, when she left the district. She took an active part in the social life of the town and was one of the founder..."

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[ 21KA ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Pieced Random, Crazy
Owner: Kathy Allam  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA -  Date: 1921 - 1940
Story of Quilt: "The fabrics were collected by my mother and auntie who asked for samples of fabric for their mother. Fabric was scarce and expensive due to the Depression, so each little slither was treasured. Satins, silks, velveteens. Each piece..."

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[ 34KHS ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Suffolk Puff
Owner: Kalamunda & District Historical Soc. Inc  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA? -  Date: 1901 - 1920
Quilt History: "Owned by Kalamunda & District Historical Society Inc (WA). Donated to the museum in 1981 by the previous owner Mrs Denise Booth. It is on display at Stirk cottage. "Reputed to be 100 years old (7.1.89)" [K.D.H.S...."

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[ 36KHS ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Mosaic, Hexagon
Owner: Kalamunda & District Historical Society Inc.  -  Country/Place Created: ENGLAND -  Date: pre 1850
Story of Quilt: "Information received from Mrs. Elizabeth Trainer¬...¬...on 12 August 1985, the sister of the donor Mrs. Laura Harrison¬.....'The quilt was sent out to WA in 1912 to Mrs Sarah Edith Hode (nee Horne), Mrs Trainer's grandmother. Mrs Hode..."

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[ 43JP ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Frame
Owner: Julie Pearce  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "My paternal great-Grandmother ¬... was a keen sewer in her time and over 30 years ago made my sister and myself a functional quilt for our beds. She made them on her treadle machine and used fabric scraps that my mother had left over..."

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[ 44JP ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Frame
Owner: Julie Pearce  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "My paternal great-Grandmother ¬... was a keen sewer in her time and over 30 years ago made my sister and myself a functional quilt for our beds. She made them on her treadle machine and used fabric scraps that my mother had left over..."

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[ 45JM ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Mosaic, Hexagon
Owner: Jeanette Marchant  -  Country/Place Created: Unknown -  Date: Unknown
Quilt History: "The person from whom Jeanette Marchant bought the quilt was not the original owner but said it had come from the Barossa Valley Jeanette said the quilt is quite similar to the Elizabeth Macarthur quilt."

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[ 50GPM ] Quilt Style: Wholecloth, Utilitarian, Typically Australian
Owner: Griffith Pioneer Park Museum  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "Made by the donor, then around 9 or 10 years old, with her mother, Mrs Ellen McRae, of 'Sunrise', Tabbita, in 1941 or 1942. One was also made for each of Josie's 4 brothers (7 children in the family). In 1939 the family's house was..."

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[ 53RO ] Quilt Style: Wholecloth, Quilting as major design element
Owner: Robyn Oliver  -  Country/Place Created: ITALY -  Date: Unknown
Story of Quilt: "Located on the user's bed when I first visited the house on behalf of Pioneer Park ¬...¬...¬..... Not recognised as a handmade item while the owner's sister was visiting from Sweden, so no questions asked directly about the quilt. Was..."

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[ 54RO ] Quilt Style: Wholecloth, Quilting as major design element
Owner: Robyn Oliver  -  Country/Place Created: ITALY -  Date: Unknown
Story of Quilt: "Erice Zilliotto (nee Baratto) was born in 1913 in Cavaso, Treviso, Italy. She could machine knit by the time she was 11. Later she moved to Rome where she had a machine knitting business at home, employing 2 - 3 girls. She knitted for..."

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