|Collection||2001 National Quilt Register Collection by PWH|
|Owner||Fairfield Regional Heritage Centre|
|Location||Sydney NSW Australia|
|Pattern||Patchwork Pieced Crazy|
|Dimensions (H x W in cm)||160 x 143|
HistoryThe quilt top was donated by the Woods family of Fairfield New South Wales, Australia to the Fairfield Regional Heritage Centre NSW.
The family is uncertain about its origin but believe it was made by an aunt. The design appeared in Weigel's Journal of Fashion, 1 June 1889. The quilt was never finished.
DescriptionSilk patchwork quilt top. The allover pattern is of part octagons and black four-pointed stars in the centre of small squares. When joined together, the effect is rows of octagons.
All the seams are outlined with embroidery.
1600 x 1430 mm
This is a historical record and cannot be modified.