The National Gallery of Australia has a three metre by three metre quilt known as the Rajah Quilt.
It was created by about 30 convict women as they were transported from Woolwich to Hobart in 1841. It is a medallion quilt with Broderie perse at its centre.
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Anyone who purchases issue 50 will receive the special book for FREE! Each block in this book has full instructions on how to piece them and they’re great for making a sampler quilt.
The pages are bound in a ledger type book (10" x 16").
The book and its samples have been identified as c.
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Feedsack Secrets: Fashion from Hard Times The poverty of the Depression and fabric shortages during World War II made feedsacks highly important to the quilter during the 1930s and 1940s.
Commercial blankets or woven coverlets were a more economical bedcovering for most people.
Only the wealthy had the leisure time for quilt making so Colonial quilting was done by only a few.
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