Applique Patchwork Combos

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  • Super patchwork design with fantastic fabrics. Note the interesting placement of the stars. Carefully pieced and quilted. Extra heavy batting. This quilt is symmetric and may be used sideways on a king size bed.
  • Wonderful fabric selections make this quilt stand out! Note the variety of prints used for the off-white background. Very precise piecework, fine stitching, and extra heavy batting. This quilt is symmetrical and may be placed sideways on a King size bed.
  • Cosmic! Super Novas, Exploding Stars! Looking closer we can see it is only “fans”, “stars”, and “log cabin” block patterns combined with out of this world fabric selections. Note the rich white-on-white print used for the background and the abundance of attractive quilting. Very special!!
  • Could this be one those stars that fell on Alabama? Excellent piecework and fabric selection. Note how the quilting complements the patchwork. Made in Lancaster by Amish woman.
  • Cool, quiet and bright! Fans are a good test of the quiltmaker’s skill, the Amish woman that made this quilt deserves an A+. Note the wonderful fabric selection (especially the off-white on white print). Perfect piecework, and excellent stitching. Made in Lancaster.
  • Incandescent! The purples, blues, reds and greens shine against the exceptionally heavily quilted background. Very good piecework and stitching. Signed and dated (with running stitches) by its Amish maker.
  • Exquisite fabric selection makes this “Trip Around the World” standout. “Trip Around the World” is the Mennonite name for this pattern, it is also called “Sunshine and Shadow”, “Color Splash” and (if the patchwork pieces are very small) “Postage Stamp”. This quilt is well constructed with excellent patchwork piecing and very good quilting stitches. Note that this quilt is symmetric, and may be used sideways on a king size bed.
  • A refined classic quilt — Brick red highlights, with beige prints, the borders and center fill is a white on cream white print. Incorporates the two most popular quilt designs. Excellent piecework, very nice quilting.
  • Nothing boring about this eclectic quilt with its vibrant red, blue and yellow prints. Look at the fabrics used on the cabin on the pillow fold! The applique work on the border is also extraordinary. Well pieced, lots of quilting and nicely stitched. The off white background is a traditional cotton muslin. Hannah found this new quilt on auction for the benefit of a local firehouse. It is signed and dated by its maker.
  • Razor sharp! Terrific fabrics in shades of blue (from almost pastel to navy) and shades of brick red. Look at the blocks that are filled with expanses of excellent quilting. Also note the unusual “saw-tooth” border. Well constructed as well as well designed. This quilt is symmetrical and may be used sideways on a king size bed.
  • Great colors — mauves and subtle greens (teals and very black forest green). The sharp edges of the leaves contrast nicely with the right angles of the Log Cabin blocks. The extensive use of the printed antique white background fabric, and the dark floral border print, further softens the strong symmetry of the Log Cabin. Excellent piecework. Uniform stitching. This quilt is not intended for sideways use on a King size bed.
  • An attractive rendition of an old Amish block pattern. The white on off-white print background softens the bright colors of the fabrics used in the fan to the extent that they almost look pastel. Good piecework and stitching. Nicely scalloped border on three sides. This quilt can not be used sideways.
  • Wow!! Almost 5000 patchwork square have been carefully sewn together to make this quilt. The Sunshine and Shadow design “hides” an 8 Point Star. Great fabric selection — super transitions from blues to greens to reds, fully saturated prints to pastel prints are skillfully incorporated. Quilting is hidden in the seams to let the patchwork shine. Special extension of pattern placed on the pillow-fold. Do not use this quilt sideways.
  • The combination of a very clean design by Judy Martin and interesting quilting makes this quilt special. Note how well the tulip block pattern is integrated with the lone star. Also note the extensive use of tulips along the borders. The selection of fabrics is very good — sometimes earth-tones come across as “muddy”, but not here! This quilt was designed so that it could be used sideways on a king-size bed. Pattern available in Shining Star Quilts by Judy Martin.
  • The simple Garden Shadow pattern is a pleasant foil to the extravagant amount of quilting applied to this quilt. Note how the blues and reds in the large floral print are picked up in the other fabrics. Also note how both patterns and shade of each fabric contribute to the “shadows”. Nicely constructed, good piecework and stitching.
  • A bright quilt with remnants from many colorful quilts. Features fabrics that are current and from years gone by. This quilt has almost 4,000 small squares in it . Precisely pieced by a Amish widow lady and quilted by another Amish woman. Border consists of deep burgundy, followed by soft tone on tone and finished with a deep blue print.
  • A bold, striking, sharp Lone Star. Very attractive interesting fabric selections. Note the careful piecing and nice quilting. Border is in a soft fine print with very attractive quilting design. Made in Lancaster by a Mennonite woman. Quilting done by a Amish woman in her home.
  • What a lovely blue and green with a soft yellow color combination. A beautiful quilt in the Lone Star and Log Cabin design! Note the careful piecing and nice fine quilting stitches. The background fabric is a cream tone on tone cotton print. Made in Lancaster by a Mennonite woman. The quilting was done by a Amish woman in her home. A very beautiful quilt !
  • A Lone Star with floral features. A lovely combinations of two favorite quilts the Log Cabin and the Lone Star combined in one. Very lovely fabric selections coloring. Navy and burgundy has been a favorite color ever since the 70’s when the quilts became popular for decorating in colors and not just for warmth. . Fabric selection and piecing done by a Mennonite woman, but beautiful quilting done by a Amish woman in her home,