Trip Around Texas

A Quilt by Dolores Yoder
Dimensions: 111 inches wide by 111 inches long
Quilt ID: hs6428 Categories: , Designs: ,

$1,220

Browns, oranges, reds and blues. A riot of color create this unusual version of the “Trip”. Perfectly pieced by Dolores Yoder and quilted by an Amish friend.
Dolores signed her name and the year [2014] in embroidery on bottom right corner.

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Description

Browns, oranges, reds and blues. A riot of color create this unusual version of the “Trip”. Perfectly pieced by Dolores Yoder and quilted by an Amish friend.
Dolores signed her name and the year [2014] in embroidery on bottom right corner.

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