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.

Showing 1841–1850 of 1850 results

  • This special order is for a postage stamp quilt similar to hs7878. The size is for a throw size and will aim for 52″wide and 102″long. You have requested for a red print border but will also do a narrow 2″ off white against main quilt. I am asking for a 00. dep. and then outstanding due on completion of quilt.
  • A bright quilt with remnants from many colorful quilts. Features fabrics that are current and from years gone by. This quilt has almost 4,000 small squares in it . Precisely pieced by a Amish widow lady and quilted by another Amish woman. Border consists of deep burgundy, followed by soft tone on tone and finished with a deep blue print.
  • A bold, striking, sharp Lone Star. Very attractive interesting fabric selections. Note the careful piecing and nice quilting. Border is in a soft fine print with very attractive quilting design. Made in Lancaster by a Mennonite woman. Quilting done by a Amish woman in her home.
  • What a lovely blue and green with a soft yellow color combination. A beautiful quilt in the Lone Star and Log Cabin design! Note the careful piecing and nice fine quilting stitches. The background fabric is a cream tone on tone cotton print. Made in Lancaster by a Mennonite woman. The quilting was done by a Amish woman in her home. A very beautiful quilt !
  • A Lone Star with floral features. A lovely combinations of two favorite quilts the Log Cabin and the Lone Star combined in one. Very lovely fabric selections coloring. Navy and burgundy has been a favorite color ever since the 70’s when the quilts became popular for decorating in colors and not just for warmth. . Fabric selection and piecing done by a Mennonite woman, but beautiful quilting done by a Amish woman in her home,
  • Almost a Postage Stamp quilt, a original postage stamp has a finished 1 1/2 in. square, where this has a 2in. finished square. A bright quilt with remnants from many colorful quilts. Features fabrics that are current and from years gone by. This quilt has almost 4,000 small squares in it . Precisely pieced by a Amish widow lady and quilted by another Amish woman. Border consists of deep burgundy, followed by soft tone on tone and finished with a dark navy print.
  • Hoping to be completed in 6 weeks to 2 months. Deposit of 00. I sent off top today to be quilted.
  • this quilt is ready to order and is same as hs 6863