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Cotton and wool patchworks - hexagons

This is a late 20th century hexagon patchwork cot quilt made mainly of Laura Ashley fabrics.

This is a multi-coloured hexagon patchwork quilt with a central medallion. It was made for Lady Aberdare of Blaenau, near Ammanford, by Letitia Davies who lived in the Llandeilo area, in about 1880.

This is a patchwork fragment of hexagons pieced over paper – probably the centre from a larger quilt. Some of the fabrics date from the 1830s, 40s and 50s.

This wool hexagons coverlet is dated 1882 in the central hexagon, with the name “Jones” also stitched in. It was probably made in Wales, and was donated to The Quilt Association.

This is an unfinished hexagon top with papers which has an interesting selection of fabrics dating from the mid 1800s to 1880s.

This is an unfinished hexagons patchwork made in the Llanarth area of West Wales, probably in the second quarter of the 19th century.

This is an incomplete hexagon patchwork piece with papers intact. It was found in the possessions of the donor’s great-grandmother. In the early years of the 20th century she was a housekeeper in Tongwynlais near Cardiff.

This is a hexagon shaped cushion featuring rosettes and flower garden hexagon patchwork.

This is a hexagon patchwork from Ceredigion which was finished in the early 1990s made of fabric from the 1940s.