Quilt No.467PSA - Pioneer Settlement Authority

Pioneer Settlement Authority
Owner: 
Pioneer Settlement Authority
Location: 
VIC Northern
Maker
Maker: 
CWA Group
Made in
AUSTRALIA VIC
Date: 
1941 - 1970
Description: 
Cot quilt of cotton hexagons. There is a central diamond of hexagons and then a repeat diamond motif radiating to the edge. Each hexagon is 40mm. The backing is sheeting or similar and the padding is dacron type.
1200 x 700mm
History: 

This cot quilt was made specifically for the children's room in Towaninnie homestead at the Pioneer Settlement, Swan Hill. It is believed to have been made by the local C.W.A. group in the 1960s. It is displayed on a cot.

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