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Hung out to Dry

Hung out to Dry; artist Michele Eastwood, 2015 Old woollen army uniforms, dyed cotton ‘flower’ thread, linen thread, embroidery floss, dye 860mm x 1090mm framed

    Details

    • Collection Type:Art,Military,Textiles

    Description

    With great ingenuity John Rudd unwound the knitted socks sent by the women back home. Creating knitting needles fashioned from the barbed wire surrounding the POW camp he was incarcerated in, he knitted a jumper to help him through the freezing winters of Germany in the First World War.

    Inspiration:

    The hand knitted sleeveless jumper in the Museum, made by Sergeant John Ellwood Rudd of the 48th Battalion was the inspiration behind this work.

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    Location

    SCOOP