Quilt No.270IB - Ida Blenkiron

Ida Blenkiron
Owner: 
Ida Blenkiron
Location: 
SA
Maker
Maker: 
Ida Ellenkiron
Made in
AUSTRALIA SA
Date: 
1941 - 1970
Description: 
Wholecloth cot quilt of floral cotton in a pattern of pink roses, green leaves, and blue ribbons. Paddiong is old blanketing, and backing is a soft fawn twill. The cotton was the same fabric as the bedroom curtains. No quilting.
1010 x 840mm
History: 

Made and owned by Ida Blenkiron (born Hocking) around 1950 when her first daughter, Heather, was born.

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