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61 to 70 of 542 quilts

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[ 129NWM ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Pieced Random, Typically Australian, Re-used clothing or blanket
Owner: National Wool Museum  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA SA -  Date: 1921 - 1940
Story of Quilt: "Mrs. Noll was 69 when she made this quilt as a wedding gift for Mr. Joe and Mrs. Ida (aka 'Ike') Fulwood. Mrs. Noll was Ike's maternal grandmother."

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[ 139NWM ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Typically Australian, Tailors' samples
Owner: National Wool Museum  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA VIC -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "This quilt is one of a collection of quilts known as 'The Running Stitch Collection', donated to the National Wool Museum in 1989 by the Running Stitch Group (Barbara Macey, Lois Densham, Susan Denton and Jan Ross-Manley)."

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[ 140NWM ] Quilt Style: Wholecloth, Utilitarian, Typically Australian, Traditional Wagga
Owner: National Wool Museum  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA VIC -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "Mr. Perkins joined the police force in his early twenties and apart from an 18 month posting in Melbourne, spent the rest of his career serving communities in country Victoria. He was a keen fisherman and hunter; his first love was..."

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[ 142NWM ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Mosaic, Square
Owner: National Wool Museum  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA VIC -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "This pram and cot quilt comes from a family with a tradition of making-do. Rene was regarded as a better piano player than a sewer or cook. She made the quilt from old woollen clothing worn by the family. The green fabric was from..."

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[ 145NWM ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Typically Australian, Re-used clothing or blanket
Owner: National Wool Museum  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA VIC -  Date: 1921 - 1940
Story of Quilt: "This quilt is one of a collection of quilts known as 'The Running Stitch Collection', donated to the National Wool Museum in 1989 by the Running Stitch Group. (Barbara Macey, Lois Densham, Susan Denton and Jan Ross-Manley)."

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66.

[ 149NWM ] Quilt Style: Wholecloth
Owner: National Wool Museum  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA VIC -  Date: 1901 - 1920
Story of Quilt: "This quilt is one of a collection of quilts known as 'The Running Stitch Collection', donated to the National Wool Museum in 1989 by the Running Stitch Group. (Barbara Macey, Lois Densham, Susan Denton and Jan Ross-Manley)."

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[ 153MR ] Quilt Style: Wholecloth, Embroidered and/or Appliqued
Owner: Mavis Roberts  -  Country/Place Created: ENGLAND -  Date: 1851 - 1880
Story of Quilt: "... Aunt Annie was my Mother's real aunt and my great aunt, maybe a small portion of the family tree would help Annie & Ada were sisters Ada my mother's mother Mabel ..."

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[ 154DT ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Mosaic, Hexagon
Owner: Dorothy Taylor  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA VIC -  Date: 1940 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "Betty Searle "Born in Yackandandah & lived most of her life there. The maker was left the job of bringing up 5 girls who had lost their mother. Betty was a good sewer & made all their clothes in the 1930s. She lived in..."

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69.

[ 155JB ] Quilt Style: Wholecloth, Quilting as major design element
Owner: June Brown  -  Country/Place Created: CANADA -  Date: Unknown
Story of Quilt: "I first met this quilt protecting a grand piano at 'Auldearn' my aunt's summer cottage, Jackson's point, Lake Simcoe, Ontario in 1949. After her death in 1960 it was sent among other things including an old, handwoven, handstitched..."

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[ 156WCQ ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Typically Australian, Domestic Wagga
Owner: Wangaratta Centre Quilters Inc  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA VIC -  Date: 1921 - 1940
Story of Quilt: "Donated to Centre Quilters by Ted and Fran Waldron, Wangaratta. The quilt was made by Ted's mother, Jessie, who lived in the Sunraysia district of Victoria. - the centre of the dried fruit industry. The 'batting' in the quilt is..."

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