Roxanne

A Quilt by Dolores Yoder
Dimensions: 110 inches wide by 110 inches long
Quilt ID: hs8905 Categories: , ,

$1,200

The North Carolina Lily in shades of rose, soft greens and navy, pieced by Dolores, combined with an exceptional border treatment in beautiful teals and grays, create a striking King-size masterpiece. The quilting was done by an Amish friend 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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Description

The North Carolina Lily in shades of rose, soft greens and navy, pieced by Dolores, combined with an exceptional border treatment in beautiful teals and grays, create a striking King-size masterpiece. The quilting was done by an Amish friend 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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