Connie Lapp Quilts

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  • 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.
  • What an elegant quilt for that special little girl! 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 hand quilted by her mother. (The white tone on tone fabric used in the quilt that is available varies slightly from the one pictured.)
  • 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.
  • Beautiful and delicate combination of fabrics and quilting designs! This quilt is extra special because it is was made by 3 generations. The quilt was arranged by young Mennonite quilt designer, Connie Lapp. The fabrics were selected and pieced by her 9 year old daughter who did a very good job. It was hand quilted by the grandmother. A rare treasure!
  • Just lovely! Soft colors and pretty fabrics in a well loved, traditional patchwork design. A very special quilt made by 3 generations. The quilt was arranged by Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Mennonite quilt designer, Connie Lapp. The fabrics were selected and pieced by her 10 year old daughter who did a very good job. The hand quilting was done by the grandmother. Very special!
  • A fantastic traditional quilt with soft, pretty colors. Precise patchwork piecing. Be sure to notice the exceptionally tiny and neat hand quilted stitches. The quilt top was made by Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and hand quilted by a Mennonite friend. The back is covered with the same natural fabric as used on the front. This quilt would look great as a wall hanging, throw or crib quilt.
  • Just lovely! Pretty fabrics in a well loved, traditional patchwork design. A very special quilt made by 3 generations. The quilt was arranged by Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Mennonite quilt designer, Connie Lapp. The fabrics were selected and pieced by her 11 year old daughter who did a very good job. The hand quilting was done by the grandmother. Very special!
  • A fantastic traditional quilt with soft, pretty colors. Precise patchwork piecing. Be sure to notice the exceptionally tiny and neat hand quilted stitches. The quilt top was made by Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and hand quilted by a Mennonite friend. The back is covered with the same natural fabric as used on the front. This quilt would look great as a wall hanging, throw or crib quilt.

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