King Country Colors Homeward Bound Quilt

A Quilt by C Jean Horst
Dimensions: 113 inches wide by 113 inches long
Quilt ID: hs4746 Categories: , Design:

$1,295

Rich coloring and great variation on the Log Cabin design Great rendition of Ohio Star design. C Jean Horst selected the lovely cotton prints Great patchwork piecing and lots of nice quilting. Made here in Lancaster by an by an Amish woman.

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Description

Rich coloring and great variation on the Log Cabin design Great rendition of Ohio Star design. C Jean Horst selected the lovely cotton prints Great patchwork piecing and lots of nice quilting. Made here in Lancaster by an by an Amish woman.

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