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|Artist/Maker:||Ladies' Aid group of St. Paul's Methodist Church, Brampton, 1887|
|Description:||Friendship quilt. Gold and dark red face with chain stitch names, gold sateen backing, braid edging.|
|History of Use:||Made by the Ladies' Aid group of St. Paul's Methodist Church, Brampton, 1887 as a fundraiser. Participants would pay to have their name added to the quilt and the finished product was raffled or sold. The tailor in Sutcliffe's store (n.w. corner Queen and Main) did the uniform stitching.|
|Institution:||Peel Heritage Complex|
|Institution Website:||http://www.pama.peelregion.ca/ Facebook-Peel Heritage Complex Twitter-Peel Heritage Complex YouTube-Peel Heritage Complex|
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