Amish Colors

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  • Here is a bright Amish colored  wall quilt or throw that mimics the solid Amish colors that the ladies and men and even children wear in their clothing.  They love black and the bright solid colors.   The quilt has a sleeve for hanging already attached and the stitching is very small at 8 stitches per inch.  This pattern is actually also called Roman Stripes but done in Amish solid colors it is truly an Amish quilt.   The backing is also 100% cotton and is black.  Signed and dated by CJH of Lancaster County.
  • The color, shape and the dimension in this Tumbling Block displays C Jean Horst's disciplined ability to arrange colors in a totally symmetrical way and yet produce a complex overall design. There are stars and three dimensional blocks, easy to spot with careful inspection. Also the blocks rotate around a small black star central to the quilt. The light colored top of each block moves as the blocks rotate around, forming a jagged circle. Perhaps the quilt gets its name from the multiple lines of symmetry that intersect and echo throughout, or possibly from the way the colored blocks seem to tumble out from the center black star. The quilting was done inside the blocks. Squint your eyes and enjoy a somewhat different view of this kaleidoscope of color. ! Magnificant office wall or foyer piece. 100% cotton fabrics. Sleeve has been added for hanging or it could be used as a throw. This has 8 hand quilted stitches per inch and is well quilted. 100% cotton fabrics !
  • Great design with mostly Amish coloring by C Jean Horst. Wonderful variation on classic log cabin, with circular quiting. Border is black. Made here in Lancaster by an Amish woman, and signed in ink on back by C Jean Horst.
  • A reproduction of an antique Lancaster Amish quilt with fabrics selected by C Jean Horst. We love the way the Sunshine and Shadow quilts glisten and with these fabrics this quilt is incandescent! Very well made by Lancaster Amish woman.

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