Indiana Amish Baskets in Blue Quilt

A Quilt by Indiana Amish
Dimensions: 40 inches wide by 48 inches long
Quilt ID: wh8667 Categories: , , , Designs: , , , , ,

$405

Traditional patchwork baskets with subdued Midwestern Amish coloring. This quilt has a tremendous amount of wonderful hand quilting. Made by an Amish woman from northeastern Indiana and quilted by an Amish neighbor. Part of the ‘Quilts Remembered Collection’. Includes a sleeve for a hanging rod. Would make a fabulous, one of a kind crib quilt.

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