Embroidered Quilts

Embroidered quilts are amazing and rare. Think about the time to stitch such a huge design and then there is still all the quilting stitching! Few women here are willing to take on such a task for love or money, but a couple will. But when they are made they are striking — the designs can be bold, but embroidery makes the result soft. The look is often similar to a tapistry. We are very careful to show and offer only top quality very well made quilts.

Occasionally, some of the quilts shown here are marked indicating that they are “available now” for shipment –we are usually able to ship quilts so marked no later than the next business day. Other quilts shown have been sold, but we can arrange for a similar quilt to be custom made.

Take your time looking through this little gallery, while there are only a few quilts there is still a lot to see. We try to show respect for the quilts and the quilters by properly showing them. If you have questions about any quilt, please call or write to us.

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  • A darling quilt featuring 6 blocks of hand embroidery. The pink and white coloring is soft and pretty. The embroidery is done entirely by hand by a Mennonite lady and is exceptionally neat. The patchwork was put together by young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and beautifully hand quilted by her mother. Exact fabrics no longer available.
  • Rich, elegant and truly one of a kind! Look at all the amazing, exquisite hand embroidery on each proud peacock! A very time-consuming work of art! The colors of the fabrics are rich and beautiful and continue the peacock theme. The embroidery was done by a Mennonite lady. The quilt was put together by Lancaster County, Pennsylvania quilt designer, Connie Lapp and nicely hand quilted by her mother. Would make a stunning wall hanging or throw. Includes a sleeve for a hanging rod.
  • A darling quilt featuring 6 blocks of very special hand embroidery. The pink and white coloring is soft and pretty. The embroidery is done entirely by hand by a Mennonite lady and is exceptionally neat. The patchwork was put together by young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and beautifully hand quilted by an Amish lady living in Tennessee.
  • Very special! Redwork is prized by quilt lovers and collectors. Features 12 blocks of an adorable little girl. The embroidery was done entirely by hand by a Mennonite woman. The patchwork was put together by young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and beautifully hand quilted by her mother. Has a sleeve for a hanging rod.
  • What a great quilt for a new baby boy that will inspire hopes of a lifetime of fishing fun! Features 12 blocks of a cute little boy fishing. Be sure to notice all the many great, small details. The embroidery was done entirely by hand by a Mennonite woman. Great fabric selections and neat patchwork piecing. The patchwork was put together by young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and nicely hand quilted by her mother.
  • A darling quilt featuring 6 blocks of very special hand embroidery. The pink and white coloring is soft and pretty. The embroidery is done entirely by hand by a Mennonite lady and is exceptionally neat. Be sure to notice the beautifully hand quilted heart design. The patchwork was put together by young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and beautifully hand quilted by her mother. A rarely made quilt that is extra special!
  • Just precious! 12 blocks of hand embroidered precious little ponies! The embroidery is exceptionally well done. The blue and white colors accent the brown ponies just perfectly! Beautiful hand quilting. Very well made by Pennsylvania Mennonite quilt maker, Connie Lapp, and hand quilted by her mother. A quilt just like grandmother used to make!
  • Simply beautiful! 12 hand embroidered blocks of a darling little girl! The colors of the quilt are simple and elegant. The fabric on the border and the back of the quilt is a floral white on white fabric. The embroidery is done entirely by hand by a Mennonite lady and is exceptionally neat. The patchwork was put together by young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and beautifully hand quilted by her mother. Sure to be a family heirloom!
  • A darling quilt featuring 6 blocks of very special hand embroidery. The pink and white coloring is soft and pretty. The embroidery is done entirely by hand by a Mennonite lady and is exceptionally neat. Be sure to notice the beautifully hand quilted heart design. The patchwork was put together by young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and beautifully hand quilted by her mother. A rarely made quilt that is extra special!
  • What elegant little girls! 12 blocks of hand embroidered girls with lovely dresses, hats and accessories! This quilt is sure to become a family treasure. The embroidery is done entirely by hand by a Mennonite lady and is very neat. The patchwork was put together by young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and is nicely hand quilted by her mother. The back of the quilt is covered with a white tone on tone fabric.
  • Lovely! 12 blocks of gorgeous hand embroidered flowers along with their names! The colors are soft and pretty. The embroidery is done entirely by hand by a Mennonite lady and is exceptionally neat. The patchwork was put together by young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and beautifully hand quilted by her mother. Includes a sleeve for a hanging rod.
  • Perfectly lovely! 12 blocks of gorgeous hand embroidered flowers in clear vases! So realistic you can almost smell them. The colors are soft and pretty. The embroidery is done entirely by hand by a Mennonite lady and is exceptionally neat. The patchwork was put together by young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and beautifully hand quilted by her mother. Includes a sleeve for a hanging rod.
  • A darling quilt featuring 6 blocks of very special hand embroidery. The pink and white coloring is soft and pretty. The embroidery is done entirely by hand by a Mennonite lady and is exceptionally neat. Be sure to notice the beautifully hand quilted heart design. The patchwork was put together by young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and beautifully hand quilted by her mother. A rarely made quilt that is extra special!
  • Simply beautiful! 12 hand embroidered blocks of a darling little girl! The colors of the quilt are simple and elegant. The fabric on the border is a floral white on white fabric. The fabric on the back of the quilt is a solid white. The embroidery is done entirely by hand by a Mennonite lady and is exceptionally neat. The patchwork was put together by young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and beautifully hand quilted by her mother. Sure to be a family heirloom!
  • A fabulous quilt for a new baby boy! 12 blocks of hand embroidered vehicles. Exceptionally well made! Great hand quilting! Made by Connie Lapp, a young Mennonite quilt maker in Pennsylvania. Hand quilted by her mother.
  • A delightful collection of cross-stitched hearts and flowers! We love these VERY hard to find cross-stitch quilts. They have softness that can not be matched with printed fabrics. Note all the cross stitching that is precise and uniform. Excellent stitching! 5 purple and green Cross Stitch patches with 6 coordinating Log Cabin squares along with a pillow throw. Very well made in Lancaster by an Amish woman.
  • Wow! Amazing quilt! SO many hours of work goes into a cross stitch embroidered quilt, and so few women still make them that we rarely have them to offer. This one is VERY well made with great stitching and lovely fabric selections. Has a beautiful pillow throw as well. Made here in Lancaster by an Amish woman.
  • A delightful collection of embroidered flower baskets and butterflies! Lovely coloring and fine embroidery. Note the abundance of fine quilting and the vibrant fabric selections. Very well made in Lancaster by an Amish woman.
  • Extra special and rare! A quilt just like Grandma used to make! 12 blocks of entirely hand embroidered rose bouquets. The hand embroidery is perfectly done. Notice there are 2 blocks of yellow roses, 2 blocks of pink roses and the remaining 8 blocks are red. The hand quilting is nicely done with 6-7 tiny stitches per inch. Made by a Mennonite woman in her home in the hills of Western Maryland.
  • Wow! We love these cross stitch embroidered quilts, but so few women still make them that we rarely have them on offer. This one is very well made with great stitching and lovely fabric selections. Made here in Lancaster by an Amish woman.