Attic Workshop Quilts

Quilts from Attic Workshop Quilts have been offered for sale in premier quilts shops and museum stores since the 1980’s. With bright coloring and strong geometric designs, these quilts reflect the spirit of the Amish who migrated from Pennsylvania to the Midwest.

Bryce Hamilton has managed Attic Workshop Quilts from its inception. He works with a cadre of outstanding Amish quilters, who he has known for years, commissioning them to produce quilts with fabrics that he selects. Because he has each quilter specialize in making just a few designs, the quilts produced are made to a very high consistent standard.

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  • An unusually strong and dramatic version of the Log Cabin pattern resulting from the double rows of Flying Geese and the black inner borders and center squares.
  • The very effective placement of red, green, and off-white make this a special Christmas holiday quilt or an attractive one for anytime of the year.
  • A multitude of bright  cheerful  prints and solids stand out from an off-white  fabric.  An interesting pattern in that the large circular appearing elements in the overall design are comprised of pieced squares and triangles.
  • A striking quilt comprised of 128 eight-pointed stars in a mix of jewel-tone fabrics on an off-white background. The zig-zag border nicely complements the star design.
  • A variation of the Log Cabin pattern that features pieced stars  floating  amidst the darker half of the log cabin blocks.  The overall look is balanced and appealing due to the complementary placement of earth-tone and jewel colored fabrics.
  • A classic pattern that follows the common procedure where the stars are the primary visual focus on a white background.  Beautiful shade of blue and excellent quilting.
  • Mid-western Amish quilt-makers used a lot of black in their pre-1940 quilts.  This quilt is a good example of that---black baskets that complement the bright, colorful solids of the "flowers."  The shade of blue as the background fabric was an excellent choice. Also, the outer black border nicely frames the beautiful interior. This quilt would be serve equally well as a wall-hanging as well as a bed cover.
  • Crisp and dramatic, this Variable Star variation is very appealing in red and white and would look good in either a traditional or more contemporary setting.  The 2 1/2" inner borders nicely frame the field of star blocks. Excellent quilting.
  • Vibrant fall colored leaves are framed by two hunter green borders.  The leaves are set at different angles in the blocks which gives them visual movement. Well-chosen quilting patterns and excellent stitching.
  • In most quilts like this one the color is in the stars, not the background.  Here we see an example of the reverse,  with a lovely shade of blue as the background  and white fabric for the stars.  Excellent stitching with well-chosen  quilting patterns
  • A creative painterly version of the Log Cabin pattern. The colorful mix of jewel-tone fabrics in one half of each block with tan only fabrics in the other half plus the narrow tan diagonal visual lines and sawtooth inner borders make for an engaging overall look.  The outer borders are deep teal.
  • A colorful mix of jewel-tone stars set on an off-white background. The two narrow borders are deep gray.

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