Quilt No.675OHM - Oakey Historical Museum Society Inc.

Oakey Historical Museum Society Inc.
Owner: 
Oakey Historical Museum Society Inc.
Location: 
QLD South West
Made in
AUSTRALIA
Date: 
1881 - 1900
Description: 
Cotton patchwork cover constructed from hand sewn hexagons (65mm) in cotton and linen furnishing materials. The curved edges are bound with blue and cream printed striped cotton. The backing material is not visible.
941 x 261mm
History: 

This quilt is said to be Australian and the label inside the display cabinet reads: "Handsewn patch work quilt Over 100 years old Donated by Terry Smith Country Club Hotel Oakey 6-3-79".

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