Hannah’s Quilts

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  • This Cathedral Window is a gorgeous, timeless heirloom! It captures the inspiration of a beautiful church window, allowing us to have a little part of a cathedral in our homes, especially if you hold it up to the light. This is not the same as a traditional quilt as it has no batting- with so many layers of folded fabric, batting is not necessary. A very difficult and time consuming design! The backing is also muslin that is part of the folded process. This Cathedral Window quilt is VERY well sewn by machine. The quilt is finished beautifully with triangles on the edges.
  • Grandmother's Flower Garden pattern is one of the most beloved of all vintage quilt patterns! These old quilts can be found many places, but very few new ones are being made.  A quilt like this could be a cheerful reminder of lovely flower gardens and a much needed lift during hard times. Note how well the light cream background print sets off the other fabrics. Nicely made by a Lancaster County Amish woman. This quilt is symmetric and may be used sideways on King size bed. The back of the quilt is covered with a cream solid 100% cotton fabric.  The quilting density is good, averaging about 100 linear inches of stitching per square foot. The hand quilting is wonderful with 8 tiny stitches per inch.
  • A stunning rendition of the traditional Sunshine and Shadow design. The rectangular patches reminds me of a kaleidoscope! Wonderful fabric selections, with a bright royal blue border. Excellent patchwork piecing. The black stitching has a wonderful way of bringing out the beautiful jewel colors. Made here in Lancaster County by an Amish woman. The back of the quilt is covered with a solid medium blue 100% cotton fabric. The quilting density is good, averaging about 100 linear inches of stitching per square foot. The hand quilting is good with 6 stitches per inch.
  • STUNNING! This Roman Stripe pattern in brilliant Amish colors will brighten any room or wall! The black has a wonderful way of bringing out the beautiful jewel colors. Very precise patchwork piecing and TINY extra fine quilting stitches that are highlighted on the black borders and burgundy corners. Made here in Lancaster by an Amish woman. 

    The back of the quilt is covered with a navy solid 100% cotton fabric. The quilting density is good, averaging about 100 linear inches of stitching per square foot. The hand quilting is wonderful with 8 tiny stitches per inch.
  • Spectacular quilt! Soothing colors and very attractive fabrics with soft blues, yellows and a classic combination of Log Cabin and Fan patterns. Fans are difficult to piece well, note the excellence of the piecing and tiny quilting stitches done by the maker of this quilt. Made here in Lancaster County by an Amish woman. The back of the quilt is covered with a cream 100% cotton leafy print fabric. The quilting density is good, averaging about 100 linear inches of stitching per square foot. The hand quilting is wonderful with 8 tiny stitches per inch.
  • A unique and different look at a Log Cabin quilt! The Cornerstone Log Cabin pattern combined with Schoolhouse blocks created by the westward-bound American pioneers in the 1800s, makes a wonderful quilt that is sure to leave a lasting impression and bring you nostalgia! Beautifully made and hand quilted by a Lancaster County Amish lady. The back of the quilt is covered with a beige mottled 100% cotton  print. The quilting density is good, averaging about 100 linear inches of stitching per square foot. The hand quilting is wonderful with 8 tiny stitches per inch.
  • All quilted quilts with abundant quilting such as this one are the most treasured quilts. With fine stitching and more than four times the quilting found on a typical well-made quilt, these quilts take an extraordinary amount of time to make and consequently few are made. This one was made by a very experienced local Amish quilter. Covered with fine cotton cream white muslin. A quilt that you and your great-grandchildren will cherish!
  • What a traditional, cozy quilt! A really GREAT collection of fabrics in an antique hue, with a plum border that ties it all together. LOTS of 2" squares. Very well pieced and hand quilted. Made by an Amish woman in her Lancaster County, Pennsylvania home who signed and dated the back corner. This type of quilt never goes out of style! Symmetrical so can also be used on a king-size bed.
  • A delightful collection of cross-stitched flowers! They have a softness that can not be matched with printed fabrics. Golden touches with butterflies that make you feel like you're in a rose garden. Excellent cross stitching that is precise and uniform. Many hours of hand-embroidered work was put into this quilt!! Very well made in Lancaster by an Amish woman.
  • What a cozy, soft and comforting quilt!! Beautiful MODA cotton prints and extraordinary quilting! Muted Burgundy Rings interlocking with Blue rings and centers in the popular 'Kansas Troubles' Moda fabric line. Background fabric is traditional soft cream cotton muslin. Made by an Amish woman here in Lancaster County. This quilt is symmetric and may be used sideways on a king size bed.
  • WOW! This terrific quilt creates an explosion producing a starburst effect. Love the color combination, it really gives the quilt dimension! Beautiful patchwork squares border on top and bottom of quilt. Precise piecing and exceptionally fine quilting. Made here in Lancaster by an Amish woman. Symmetrical so it can also be used on a king size bed, and the patchwork squares would be on the sides instead of top and bottom.  
  • Fascinating! This vibrant quilt is sure to brighten any room in your home! A twist on the Bargello pattern gives a stained glass look. Piecework is very well done. Hand quilted by a local Amish woman in shades of teal, brown and tan with black. Made here in Lancaster County.

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