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An exhibition of quilts donated by the Canadian Red Cross to the bombed out families of Britain in World War II, a story of selfless endeavour to provide warmth and comfort to thousands by the women of Canada.
This is a true story describing how a quilt came to link Northern Australia's wartime experiences with today's generation.
Ever wondered what it is like to bid for an antique quilt? Caroline Wilkinson tells of her day at the auction house
Tessa has been leading us all on our Underground Railroad journey. Here is the story behind her personal interest in the history of the slave fugitives and the people who helped them to freedom.
If there was ever a tale that demonstrated the need for labelling our quilts, this is it. Read all about John and Yoko's bed-in for peace bedspread, and the amazing story about how the quiltmaker, Christine Kemp, finally proved that it was her work!
Fabric swatches from the 18th Century tell stories of mothers and babies parting. Exhibition at the Foundlings Museum, London, 14 October 2010 to 6 March 2011.
Kay Whittle discovers a masterpiece from 1822 which poses more questions than it answers Subscribers Only
Gillian Cooper visited a textile collection in Southeast London. All photographs by David Ramkalawon.
Jean Gardner plays detective with Veronica Main of Luton Museum
Anne Beaven met Doreen Gough of The Quilt Association to talk about their work in preserving a slice of Welsh life
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