Hannah’s Quilts

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  • Splashy! We love the quilted anchors and chains as well huge patchwork mariner's compass star. Design by Judy Martin. Made by local Amish woman. Pattern available in Shining Star Quilts by Judy Martin.
  • A quiet bright quilt with the "Basket" block pattern first used by the Amish here in the 1930's. Note how effectively the printed fabric is used in the patchwork. On first glance, one gets the impression many printed fabrics have been used! The piecing is well done and the stitching is very good. Note also how the pillow fold has been incorporated into the design. It is signed and dated by its maker on r=the quilt back with embroidery!
  • Bargello patchwork is enchanting but also very hard to do well. The Lancaster Amish woman who made this quilt did very well indeed! Lovely fabrics and fine quilting as well.
  • A charming delicate quilt with exceptional applique work. Note the sensational blue and yellow fabrics and the excellent quilting. The background fabric is fine solid cream white cotton. A great choice for you and (later) for a grandchild! Made here in Lancaster by an Amish woman.
  • Lovely coloring! Note the care taken in piecing the patchwork. Brilliant design. Be sure to note all the fine quilting. Made in Lancaster by an Amish woman. This quilt is symmetric and may be used sideways on a king size bed. Exceptional value!
  • Wow! A brilliant burst of color. Outstanding fabric selections, excellent patchwork piecing. Made by local Amish woman in her home.
  • Lovely quilt with very soft fabric coloring. The quilting is especially attractive and competes with fine applique work for one's attention. Made by Amish woman in her Lancaster home.
  • A stunning bold applique quilt with terrific fabric selection. Note the excellent applique work and lovely quilting. The design appears to be a variation on the old Harrison Rose Urn design that originated in Indiana in the 1860s. Well made by local Amish woman.
  • Very special applique quilt with wonderful collection of applique designs. Great fabrics with subdued coloring. Will become an heirloom! Note care taken with applique work and quilting. Made in Lancaster by an Amish woman.
  • Terrific quilt for country style home. Wonderful collection of fabrics including many plaids give this quilt a warm look, extra heavy batting gives it warm feel too! Well made here in Lancaster by an Amish woman.
  • Quiet! Lone Star quilts don't have to be bold and brassy. This combination of Navy blues and roses on a light cream background is especially soothing. Excellent piecework and fine stitching. Signed and dated (with quilting stitches) by its local Amish maker.
  • In the 1930's, seed company's promoted their seed by packaging it in pretty printed cotton sacks. The farmer's wives would often use the fabric from these sacks to make quilts. The fabrics selected for this quilt are similar to the prints used in those old seed sacks. Beside the great fabric this quilt also has a lot of great quilting! Note the careful piecework and the straight uniform stitching. Also note that this quilt may be used sideways on a king size bed. Made by a Lancaster County Amish woman.

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