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[ 49EB ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Pieced Random, Typically Australian, Domestic Wagga
Owner: Elsie Bennett  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "... around 1952 I made one [Wagga rug] from wheat bags and made a cover of patchwork pieces from frocks I had made for my daughter or worn out pillow slips or other items. The patchwork is not in patterns but whatever shape suited..."

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[ 80RB ] Quilt Style: Wholecloth, Utilitarian, Typically Australian, Domestic Wagga
Owner: Rosemary Blake  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "Mrs. Edith Perrott, born Bartholomew, (1879 - 1970) of Tumbarumba NSW made this quilt for her son Glen and his wife Peggy when they were married in Tumbarumba in 1943. It is similar in construction to a smaller one made 2 years..."

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[ 81RB ] Quilt Style: Wholecloth, Utilitarian, Typically Australian, Domestic Wagga
Owner: Rosemary Blake  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "Edith Perrott, born Bartholomew, (1879 -1970) of Tumbarumba NSW made this child's quilt for her grand-daughter Rosemary in 1945. She had previously made a larger quilt with a bag centre when her son Glen and Peggy were married in..."

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[ 113MH ] Quilt Style: Wholecloth, Utilitarian, Typically Australian, Domestic Wagga
Owner: Muriel Hartmann  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA QLD -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "With the wool pack Wagga I may not have used two side pieces. One piece formed the top and side and the other piece side and bottom. The two pieces stitched together and the ends bound with coloured material to stop the ends..."

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[ 134NWM ] Quilt Style: Wholecloth, Typically Australian, Domestic Wagga
Owner: National Wool Museum  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA -  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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[ 135NWM ] Quilt Style: Wholecloth, Utilitarian, Typically Australian, Domestic Wagga
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). Mrs...."

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[ 147NWM ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Pieced Random, Typically Australian, Domestic Wagga
Owner: National Wool Museum  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA -  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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[ 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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[ 238KW ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Mosaic, Hexagon, Domestic Wagga
Owner: Kathleen White  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA SA -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "I read a book called 'Aunt Jane of Kentucky' & each chapter was about a different quilt or scrap & I got inspired so sewed lots of bits onto an old blanket and made a Wagga. ... My mother had been away & when she came..."

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[ 279MR ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Mosaic, Typically Australian, Domestic Wagga
Owner: Marian Russell  -  Country/Place Created: Unknown -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "The quilt was used on a resident's bed in the Nursing Home. It was not her quilt but taken from the stock cupboard for her use."

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