Quilt No.509SM - Sally Mitchell

Sally Mitchell
Owner: 
Sally Mitchell
Location: 
TAS Country
Maker
Maker: 
Clare Trevillian
Made in
AUSTRALIA TAS
Date: 
1941 - 1970
Description: 
Crazy quilt of mainly synthetic dress materials. Top stitched by machine on to a mattress ticking base.
1450 x 1150mm
History: 

The quilt was made by Mrs. Clare Trevillian (born Coombe) in Tasmania in the 1940s. It then passed to the present owner's grandmother Easter Stevens (born Coombe) sister to Clare then to the owner's mother Patricia White (born Stevens). It is not used now.
The quilt was repaired in the 1970s with some more top stitched pieces and backed with calico and an old blanket.

The quilt maker Clare Trevillian
The quilt maker Clare Trevillian
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