King Paprika Moss and Gold Bargello Wave Quilt

A Quilt by C Jean Horst
Dimensions: 117 inches wide by 112 inches long
Quilt ID: hs1965 Categories: , Design:

$1,395

Terrific cotton prints selected by C Jean Horst! Wonderful design — look at the depth of the wave. Bargello quilts are very difficult to piece, note the care taken with this one. Signed and dated by C Jean Horst.

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Description

Terrific cotton prints selected by C Jean Horst! Wonderful design — look at the depth of the wave. Bargello quilts are very difficult to piece, note the care taken with this one. Signed and dated by C Jean Horst.

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