Black and White Stars over Georgetown Path Quilt

A Quilt by Hannah's Quilts
Dimensions: 98 inches wide by 108 inches long
Quilt ID: hs10051 Categories: ,

$1,195

Lovely and sophisticated! Superb fabrics with an unusual design. Very well made! Lots of care taken with the piecing and fine quilting by a Lancaster County Amish woman who is a friend of Hannah.  Folklore suggests that this beautiful quilt pattern describes the journey of those seeking to escape slavery by traveling to the northern states and beyond into Canada.

The back of the quilt is covered with a black and grey floral 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.

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We want you to be completely satisfied with this quilt. If, for any reason, you are not satisfied, this quilt may be returned for exchange or credit within 10 days after you receive it provided only that you return it in its original condition. Once received and its condition confirmed, the refund will be processed. Please note that, unless it was received damaged or defective, shipping costs are not refund-able.

If this is a gift, within reason, the satisfaction period will be extended so that the ten day period begins on the day you present the gift.

This quilt is made by Hannah and sold by Ada Martin. Click here to contact Ada.

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