Indiana Amish Log Cabin Quilt

A Quilt by Indiana Amish
Dimensions: 41 inches wide by 46 inches long
Quilt ID: iaq10029 Categories: , , , Designs: , , , , , ,

$445

A classic Log Cabin in lovely colors.  An amazing display of tiny patchwork piecing and delicate, abundant hand quilting. The border quilting pattern was made by hand without a template. Top made by an Amish woman from northeastern Indiana and hand quilted by an Amish neighbor. Initials of both women are quilted in the border design. Part of the “Quilts Remembered Collection”. Includes a sleeve for a hanging rod.  This quilt would make a fantastic crib quilt, wall hanging or throw.  Sure to be a treasured heirloom!

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