HistoryMade in the late 1930s by Sarah Hockey of Wendellama, NSW. Owned by Sarah then by her daughter-in-law Lilian Hockey, now owned by Ann Hockey, Lilian's daughter-in-law. "Sarah Hockey learnt to crochet so she could complete the quilt. Daughter-in-law Lil Hockey showed her how to crochet."
[Ann Hockey 1 April 1997]
DescriptionPatchwork quilt made of small squares pieced from four triangles. Each square is 90mm and is joined to the others by a herringbone lacing in yellow rayon crochet thread, so making an open mesh between each square. The quilt is edged with thick yellow rayon corded braid. Each square is backed with gold coloured cotton. No padding.
1730 x 1430mm