Albury Regional Museum
The quilt is thought to have been made in the 1950s. It is not known who the maker was. It was donated to the Albury Regional Museum [NSW] in 1969.
Patchwork cot quilt, machine pieced, rectangular, 5 x 4 squares.
Assorted fabrics including seersucker, corduroy, printed and plain cottons. White ric-rac braid and zigzag machine stitching accentuate rows. Edge of white cotton tape.
Backing is single flour bag, calico, with maker's printing visible through patchwork: 'Tiger. Best Australian Roller Flour. Mala Foot. Sole Supply. Part of Kuala Lumper' and Chinese characters.
674 x 540mm