Quilt No.1102WAQA - West Australian Quilters' Association

West Australian Quilters' Association
Owner: 
West Australian Quilters' Association
Location: 
WA Perth
Maker
Maker: 
Unknown
Made in
USA
Date: 
Unknown
Description: 
The quilt is a repeat block in the Ohio Star pattern in turkey red and cream. Quilted in squares in the cream block and diagonal lines in the star block. The fabric border is disintegrating. The backing is cream calico and the padding is cotton, badly degraded. 1940 x 1760mm.
History: 

The maker is unknown. The quilt was donated to the West Australian Quilters' Association by Irene and Gordon Ryan who purchased it from an antique shop in New York about 1960. It was well used and loved by the Ryans.

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