Bargello Flame

A Quilt by C Jean Horst
Size: Queen
Dimensions: 102 inches wide by 110 inches long
Quilt ID: cjh20082 Categories: , Designs: ,

$1,395

A very striking Bargello design with extra brilliant Batik style color fast 100 % cotton batiks in  blue, green, and neutral prints selected by C Jean Horst. Note the care taken with the complicated piecing, and the fantastic border fabrics. Both pieced and quilted by an Amish friend and signed and managed by C Jean Horst who designed and selected the fabrics and supplied an accurate pattern for sewing as well as oversaw the steps through the project.

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