Flowering Star

A Quilt by Dolores Yoder
Dimensions: 111 inches wide by 111 inches long
Quilt ID: dyq10067 Categories: , ,

$1,220

An original design by Dolores Yoder features 3 great traditional patterns, Lone Star, Flying Geese, and the beautiful North Carolina Lily.  Featuring a striking gold, olive green, dusty teal, and several shades of tan on a marbled background.     Dolores selected the fabrics and created the top and an Amish friend did the beautiful quilting with 8 stitches per inch. Signed and dated in embroidery by Dolores.                                            The back is covered with a 100% cotton muslin.

 

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If this is a gift, within reason, the satisfaction period will be extended so that the ten day period begins on the day you present the gift.

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