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A Quilt by C Jean Horst
Size: Queen
Quilt ID: hs3507 Categories: , Design:

$1,795

Another gorgeous original quilt pattern by C Jean Horst using fabrics with rose and Burgundy tones on a golden tan cream toned backgrounds. Note the excellent appliqué work. Signed in embroidery and dated by its designer. Finely quilted by an Amish woman. Copyright pattern — directions unavailable.

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Another gorgeous original quilt pattern by C Jean Horst using fabrics with rose and Burgundy tones on a golden tan cream toned backgrounds. Note the excellent appliqué work. Signed in embroidery and dated by its designer. Finely quilted by an Amish woman. Copyright pattern — directions unavailable.

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