“What was it mother had said…’when our women fail in courage, shall our men be fearless still?'”
One of my interests in considering Canadian women’s wartime charitable work in textiles, is the multigenerational practice of women sewing and knitting in wartime. These two articles, written 27 years apart, tell a story.
Is it possible to know if my own grandmother participated in making quilts in wartime? I think I have found the answer!