Indiana Amish Mini Bear’s Paw Wall Hanging (Green and Purple)

A Quilt by Indiana Amish
Dimensions: 22.5 inches wide by 22.5 inches long
Quilt ID: iaq10032 Categories: , , Designs: , , ,

$118

A classic Indiana Amish quilt in the popular Bear’s Paw design. We love the elegant simplicity of this quilt. Note the abundant fine quilting.  The quilt top was made by an Amish woman living in north eastern Indiana and the quilting was done by one of her Amish neighbors. Includes a sleeve for a hanging rod.  A versatile little quilt that would look amazing in your home or office.

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