Crib Quilts

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  • A pleasing variation of the classic pinwheel pattern. Really great floral fabric selections! Sharply pieced points! Pretty border design. Notice the pretty fabric used on the back of the quilt. The quilt's fabrics were chosen and neatly pieced by Lancaster County, PA young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp. It was nicely hand quilted by her mother. Would work great as a crib quilt or wall hanging.
  • A classy take on a classic design! Simple and beautiful. Fabric has lovely, dainty roses. Well made with precise piecing and sharp points. The quilt top was made in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by the young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and hand quilted by her mother. The back of the quilt is covered with the same pink roses fabric as used on the front. A great wall hanging, throw or crib quilt.
  • A pleasing variation of the classic pinwheel pattern. Really great fabric selections! Great colors! Sharply pieced points! Pretty border design. The quilt's fabrics were chosen and neatly pieced by Lancaster County, PA young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp. It was nicely hand quilted by her mother. Would work great as a crib quilt or wall hanging. Notice the sparkly fabric used on the back of this quilt, but also available with a plain white back upon request.
  • Delightful soft sweet coloring! Note the care taken with the fabric selections and how the colors in each complement the others. Excellent piecing and nicely quilted too.The quilt top was made by the local young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and the quilting was done by her mother. Includes a sleeve for a hanging rod.
  • Delightful soft sweet coloring! Note the care taken with the fabric selections and how the colors in each complement the others. Excellent piecing and nicely quilted too.The quilt top was made by the local young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and the quilting was done by her mother. Includes a sleeve for a hanging rod.
  • What a tender quilt! Beautiful variety of pastel fabrics. Lovely tone on tone white fabric. Abundant and beautiful hand quilting. Perfectly pieced. The quilt top was made by Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and hand quilted by a Mennonite friend.
  • Simply elegant! This quilt is sure to please all ages and look beautiful with any decor. A good example of how less can be more. Perfect patchwork piecing! Wonderful hand quilting! The quilt top was made by the young local Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and was hand quilted by an Amish grandmother in her home in Tennessee.
  • What a great little quilt! A good example of how less can be more. Note the exceptionally precise patchwork piecing. The white background fabric is a lovely tone on tone leaf print. The quilt top was made by the young Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and was nicely quilted by her mother.
  • What an elegant little quilt! A good example of how less can be more. Note that the background fabric is a cream colored tone on tone print. Well made with precise patchwork piecing. The quilt top was made by the young Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and nicely quilted by her mother.
  • What a great quilt for that bright baby! A good example of how less can be more. The quilt top was well made by the young Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp. The hand quilting was nicely done by an Amish grandmother living in Tennessee.
  • What an elegant little quilt! A good example of how less can be more. Note the exceptionally precise patchwork piecing. The quilt top was made by the young Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and nicely quilted by an Amish grandmother living in Tennessee.
  • What a great quilt for that special little boy! A good example of how less can be more. Note the exceptionally precise patchwork piecing. The quilt top was made by the young Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and was nicely quilted by an Amish grandmother living in Tennessee.

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