HistoryMade and owned by Ida Blenkiron, at Angaston South Australia [in] 1958-1960. "I was widowed at the age of 42 years. My husband died of cancer and I was left to rear five young children on my own. Through owning valuable land I was not eligible for any pension (government rules at the time). So to help make ends meet I did all kinds of things including making these waggas from old jumpers, skirts etc."