Quilters Companion

War and Pieced

This collection was borne from quilt historian Dr Annette Gero’s documentation of heritage Australian quilts that were made in Australia or brought here by immigrants. When she was compiling the content for her first book, which covered quilts from convict times to 1960, a number of war quilts were discovered. They were made by

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