Quilt No.48LC - Lyn Cross

Owner: 
Lyn Cross
Location: 
NSW North West Slopes
Maker
Maker: 
Unknown
Made in
AUSTRALIA?
Date: 
Unknown
Description: 
"This is a hard quilt to date. Quilting design has been (I would say) pre stamped. Heavily quilted. Some applique stars - I think polished cotton. Seersucker backing, quilting not quilted on back (seersucker). Padding is some kind of cotton perhaps cotton wool that has disintegrated to the corners. This quilt has been well made but a little bit worse for wear now." [Lyn Cross]
1500 x 1200 mm.
History: 

The quilt was purchased at an Op. shop in Quirindi NSW by the present owner.

Story: 

Unknown.

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