Welsh Plural reviewed in The National

The book’s cover is based on the Wrexham Tailor’s Quilt, made from discarded pieces of felted woollen cloth, ‘carefully designed and stitched together over a decade. The editors write about how ‘it conveys a patchwork of experiences, from religious scenes to tributes to the industrial heritage of Wales’. Crucially, it also contains motifs of ‘giraffes, elephants and palm trees – souvenirs of Wales’ part in the conquests of the British Empire.’