Midnight Sky

A Quilt by Dolores Yoder
Dimensions: 111 inches wide by 111 inches long
Quilt ID: dyq10006 Categories: , ,

$1,545

Quilt historians tell us that the Log Cabin design became popular in 1860.   To add interest to an old traditional pattern, Dolores Yoder has given this one a great new attitude with an original quilting design.               Several shades of taupe, dusty green and coral sets this one apart.      Dolores pieced the top and an Amish friend did the beautiful quilting with 8 stitches per inch. The back is covered with a soft-white 100% cotton muslin.  Signed and dated in embroidery by Dolores.

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