Miniature Indiana Amish Red and Black Hole in Barn Door Wall Hanging

A Quilt by Indiana Amish
Quilt ID: wh7925 Categories: , ,
Dimensions: 24 inches wide
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$120

A striking example of the classic block design. Excellent piecing and lots of fine quilting. Note that the sash has initials all around — just like antique quilts that were made in quilting bees. Quilt top made by an Amish woman living in northeastern Indiana and quilted by an Amish neighbor. Includes a sleeve for a hanging rod.

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