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  • The Log Cabin quilt design is one of the oldest and best loved of all quilts. Here the classic design made new! Nicely pieced and beautifully hand quilted. Pieced and quilted by Amish woman.
  • A stunning Lone Star with true brilliant red, orange and yellow cotton fabrics! The cotton background fabric is midnight blue (just a touch away from black). Note the fine abundant quilting and exceptionally careful piecing! 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. This wall hanging would look amazing in your home or office!
  • Definitely a Heirloom quilt, this is a very special quilt, no two quilts are the same. Very precisely pieced and each patch has quilting on it so it makes for many, many stitches, and about 7 stitches per inch. The back is a print cotton fabric.
  • Gorgeous! Rich vibrant colors in this beautiful quilt. This quilt is a lovely combination of two popular designs in one, the Lone Star and the Log Cabin. Notice the lovely quilting design around star points. Fabrics chosen by a local Mennonite woman. Very fine quilting in this quilt. Quilted by an Amish woman in her home.
  • Wow! This quilt in black and burgundy is stunning!! This quilt features two very popular quilt patterns combined into one lovely quilt. Note the careful piecing and nice fine quilting stitches. The background fabric is a fine swirl designed print cotton print. Made in Lancaster by a Mennonite woman. The quilting was done by a Amish woman in her home.
  • The color, shape and the dimension in this Tumbling Block displays C Jean Horst’s disciplined ability to arrange colors in a totally symmetrical way and yet produce a complex overall design. There are stars and three dimensional blocks, easy to spot with careful inspection. Also the blocks rotate around a small black star central to the quilt. The light colored top of each block moves as the blocks rotate around, forming a jagged circle. Perhaps the quilt gets its name from the multiple lines of symmetry that intersect and echo throughout, or possibly from the way the colored blocks seem to tumble out from the center black star. The quilting was done inside the blocks. Squint your eyes and enjoy a somewhat different view of this kaleidoscope of color. ! Magnificant office wall or foyer piece. 100% cotton fabrics. Sleeve has been added for hanging or it could be used as a throw. This has 8 hand quilted stitches per inch and is well quilted. 100% cotton fabrics !