Quilt No.138NWM - National Wool Museum

Owner: 
National Wool Museum
Location: 
VIC South West
Maker
Maker: 
Unknown
Made in
AUSTRALIA VIC
Date: 
1921 - 1940
Description: 
Marcella quilt filled with old blanket. Large diagonal quilting stitches. Running Stitch group suggests it is possibly a wagga filler which would have been covered with a cretonne sleeve.
1880 x 1180mm
History: 

Maker unknown. Came from the Ballarat area and said to be c.1940.
Donated to the National Wool Museum by the Running Stitch Group.
National Wool Museum No 940025 (No 36A).

Story: 

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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