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This is a wholecloth quilt finished in 1900 to commemorate the birth of Sarah Nicholas of Aberdare, Glamorgan on 5 March 1900.

This is a child’s wholecloth quilt made in the late 1800s from a fine wool paisley dress fabric.

This cotton wholecloth quilt was made by Lizzie Jane Williams in about 1900. Her husband was Tom Williams, and the couple lived at Cwm Llynfe Farm, Llansadarn, near Llandovery, on the north-western edge of the Brecon Beacons.

This wool flannel wholecloth quilt was made by Lizzie Jane Williams in about 1900 at Llansadarn near Llandovery.

This is a reversible wholecloth quilt in cotton sateen paisley fabrics made in the valleys of South Wales.

This beautifully hand quilted wholecloth quilt, now faded to pale brown, was probably originally mauve.

This is a Welsh wholecloth quilt with some very fine quilting showing Art Deco influences.

This is a paisley wholecloth quilt from the Brecon area of Mid Wales. It was given to Project Linus, and then passed to The Quilt Association in return for a donation.

A white Welsh wholecloth made in Pembrokeshire in 1913.

This is a reversible wholecloth quilt in red and pink printed cotton sateen made in the late 19th century.

These unfinished cushion covers were made by the donor in the early 1950s in Pembrokeshire. The Women’s Institute had revived quilting and experienced quilter and teacher Mavis Fitzrandolph co-ordinated the programme which continued until the 1960s.

This pink wholecloth with a flounce was made by a quilter from Merthyr Tydfil in South Wales.

This wholecloth quilt has been boldly and beautifully hand quilted in a dark red thread.

A typical 1930s Welsh wholecloth in pale green cotton sateen which was made as part of the Rural Industries Bureau scheme in the South Wales valleys.

This beautiful wholecloth quilt was made by Letitia Davies in the Llandeilo area of south Wales, probably in the early 20th century.

This reversible wholecloth quilt with borders, which was probably made in the early years of the twentieth century, came from the Morriston area of Swansea.