Patchwork Quilts

It is hard to imagine that patchwork quilts could be so wondrously varied in design and coloring as they are here in Lancaster. While some traditional Amish designs are made to be reproductions of 18th and 19th Century quilts, most quilts are created with goal of being more lovely than what was made before. Consequently there are many differing and unique renditions of even the most traditional patchwork patterns.

Many of the quilts shown here are marked indicating that they are “available now” for shipment –we are usually able to ship quilts so marked no later than the next business day. Other quilts shown have been sold, but often we are able to find a very similar well-made quilt that can be shipped quickly. Alternatively we can arrange for a similar quilt to be custom made.

Take your time looking through our galleries, there is a lot to see. We try to show respects for the quilts and the quilters by properly showing them.

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  • Backing is one piece with a tone on tone tan print. Quilting is 7 stitches per inch. A high quality quilt.
  • A stunning quilt in beautiful, vivid colors of wine,green and black in the pansy fabric.This quilt was pieced by a local Mennonite woman and quilted by a Amish woman in her home. This quilt is done in some very gorgeous and popular colors. Notice border with the beautiful chain quilting design around the main quilt.
  • Vibrant Burgundy Red colored print with poinsettias make this table top a beautiful accent piece for any table. It is pieced and hand quilted by a local Mennonite lady. A lovely piece for your holiday table or can be used as a wall hanging.
  • Classic Irish Chain! The various aqua and blue fabric selections are fantastic! Notice the pretty white tone on tone fabric used on the front of the quilt as well as on the back. Well made by Lancaster County, PA young Mennonite quilt designer Connie Lapp and hand quilted by a Mennonite friend. A size that can be used as a crib quilt, wall hanging or throw.
  • The back of the quilt is covered with solid cream white cotton fabric. The quilting density is good, averaging about 100 linear inches of stitching per square foot. The stitching is beautiful with about 9 stitches per inch. A high quality quilt.
  • Extra special work! Bargello quilts, inspired originally by a traditional needlepoint stitch, are popular as a contemporary design. Instead of embroidery stitches, simple rectangular blocks of colored fabric, which appear to gradually shift in size and placement, imitate the needlework pattern. Varying widths of pieced blocks from a 1/4 inch sliver to a sturdy 2 inch block produce a gradual wave, sloping and shifting from left to right. By selecting mutely colored fabrics, C Jean Horst shifted the colors gently. Cascading lines of fine quilting further enhance the image. Beautifully pieced and quilted with 8 stitches per inch and every row quilted. A masterpiece! The backing is a beautiful batik that matches the binding ages. A sleeve is added so that it could be hung as shown. 100% Cotton fabrics. A great size for a wall attraction.
  • Wow! A very beautiful quilt in lovely Navy and Blue colors. What great fabric selections put into a quilt blending two favorite patterns, Log Cabin and Lone Star!!!! The background fabric is a soft tan swirl design print. Made in Lancaster by a Mennonite woman and very finely quilted by a Amish woman in her home.
  • Wow! A very beautiful quilt in lovely Navy and Blue colors. What great fabric selections put into a quilt blending two favorite patterns, Log Cabin and Lone Star!!!! The background fabric is a soft tan swirl design print. Made in Lancaster by a Mennonite woman and very finely quilted by a Amish woman in her home.