All-Neutrals Lancaster Treasures Quilt

A Quilt by C Jean Horst
Size: Queen
Dimensions: 101 inches wide by 114 inches long
Quilt ID: hs3957 Categories: , Design:

$1,795

A wonderful quilt that deserves its name! An original quilt pattern by C Jean Horst. Gorgeous all neutral fabrics with ivory and cream tones make this quilt extraordinary. Note the lace around the center bouquet and on the border. Excellent appliqué work. An abundance of fine quilting. Made in Lancaster. Copyright pattern — directions unavailable

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Description

A wonderful quilt that deserves its name! An original quilt pattern by C Jean Horst. Gorgeous all neutral fabrics with ivory and cream tones make this quilt extraordinary. Note the lace around the center bouquet and on the border. Excellent appliqué work. An abundance of fine quilting. Made in Lancaster. Copyright pattern — directions unavailable

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