The tumbling blocks quilt has been exhibited at the Minerva Arts Centre during a summer show, and also at Ludlow, Shropshire and Holyhead, Anglesey.
This is a pair of Suffolk Puffs table coverlets made in Trottiscliffe (pronounced ‘Trosley’), Kent, south-east England, during the Second World War (1939 – 1945), probably in an air raid shelter.
This is a Canadian Red Cross quilt (Petrolia branch) which was given to a family from Kent during the Second World War.
This is a block patchwork quilt made by a Welsh woman returning to her homeland from America in the late nineteenth century.
This is a red and white patchwork quilt made in Wales featuring the Churn Dash block.
This large patchwork quilt was made in Canada and sent to Britain with food parcels by the Red Cross during the Second World War.